Members with Most Plants
  1. Cym tracyanum %281355%293 Barry Zimmerman of Milpitas, California with 258 plants.
  2. 062 denunicum Tom Kuligowski of Pompano Beach, Florida with 106 plants.
  3. Phillip Ting of San Jose, CA with 94 plants.
  4. Judy Wagner of Vero Beach, Florida with 82 plants.
  5. Xavier Hung of Davis, CA with 54 plants.
  6. Lee Ailshie of SC with 44 plants.
  7. 20141207 154203 Diana Sammy of Siparia, Trinidad and Tobago with 41 plants.
  8. Img 20180409 125831 Andry Harmony of Bandung, West Java, Indonesia with 26 plants.
  9. Image Gary van Moerkerken of Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa with 23 plants.
  10. Sharyn Kann of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia with 23 plants.
Welcome new members: Trung Ly, Auckland, New Zealand, New Zealand | Achmad Lutfi, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia | Pradyumna Gogte, Pune, Maharashtra, India | Emilio Nunez, La Habana, Cuba | Alla Kostyu, Moscow, Moscow , Russia | jose nieves, rio grande, PR | Laurey Stahelin, Longueuil, Quebec, Canada | Richard Cramer, Bloomfield, New Jersey | Michele Hester, San Antonio, Texas |

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  1. Image Carol Holdren commented on topic "Using triacontanol on orchids" by Greg Barne
  2. Img 20180409 125831 Andry Harmony commented on member plant Phal. bellina by Andry Harmony
  3. James J Pupelis commented on orchid Paph. Jackie Sue
  4. Image Carol Holdren commented on scheduled event "Cattleya Symposium " by Odom's Orchids
  5. Bio Alex Maximiano commented on member plant B. Kiilani Stars by Nestor Moreno Martinez
  6. Bio Alex Maximiano commented on member plant Ctpsta. Leona 'Popper' by Carol Holdren
  7. Steve Maben commented on member plant Aergs. hariotiana by Tom Kuligowski
  8. Bio Alex Maximiano commented on member plant Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle by Phillip Ting
  9. Img 1288 Maria Mantellini commented on member plant C. lueddemanniana ''Doral'' by Maria Mantellini
  10. Image Carol Holdren commented on topic "Dendrobium wardianum " by Tom De Mello

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