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Miniatures Comments
MINIATURES: Cattleya Seedlings The lack of growth is attributed to the habit of them producing new growth only in springtime, but check for possible root injury or cultural mis-practice. A83-266 0
MINIATURES: Cattleya Types Handsome without being overwhelming; their appeal, cultural requirements, hybrid combinations, the micro-minis; a true miniature from five to 10 inches high; maxi-minis or compacts, characteristics of each, their potentials for further hybridizing from Broughtonias to Schomburgkias; refer to A83-216 0
MINIATURES: For Window Growing or Under Lights A selection of dozens of plants with cultural notes for central Canada conditions. Ca82(7)-23 0

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