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    Beautiful plant. S. Minor crosses always appear as very frog like to me. This is a particularly nice example of x Excellens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey Moss View Post
    Beautiful plant. S. Minor crosses always appear as very frog like to me. This is a particularly nice example of x Excellens.
    Thank you. The credit goes to Jerry as I have only had it since September. Excellens certainly never disappoints. Yeah, minor crosses often do have a frog-like appearance now that you mention it, ha. I was pretty surprised at how well this one has held up going from greenhouse conditions to outside conditions late in the season despite some recent overnight temps in the high 20’s (pics were taken yesterday). Hopefully it will look as nice for me next year.

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