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    Bug When they flower I would love some seed!! Since you say they are seedlings I know they are too small for a devision! They sound jaw dropping beautiful! I wonder if the Oreo I have that is a heavy veied will color up like that? I can't wait to see pictures.
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    Tada!




    S. flava ornata? From Henning von Schmeling, Sumatra site





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    ta-da?? TA DA?????? Magnificence like that, and its only TA DA???????????? Ok. I can live with that! Beautiful as usual, Dustin!!!
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    Is that plant pure oreo? It looks very much like this plant, which might be oreo x flava going by the phyllodia:

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    THe flower structure is synominous with oreophila

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    Alvin, since this plant was given by Mike Catalani, the oreo king, I'd say definitely! The plant was originally slated for reintroduction into Tennessee bogs, but the plan fell through. Because of Dustins help, Mike gave him the oreo designated for the intro project. I have grown this one for two years. Mine is even more colorful than Dustins only in the fact I get more light. I will post pics as soon as I can. And maybe, I will share all of my babies with you. Oreo babies that is.



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    I was getting worried there until the last sentence!

    I didn't type my question very well there. The photo just made me think of the plant in this thread: oreo or flava?
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    OK, that's it. I can escape it no longer. I must come visit your plants. I'm free this weekend, Bugweed. Send me a PM and I'll come down and take more photos than can possibly be posted. Maybe even meet Steve there as I owe him a couple neps.

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