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    THE BLOOMS in Ratchaburi

    A quick visit to The Blooms Orchid Park in Ratchaburi.
    I only found this place yesterday 10 klm from my home.
    Thai Adults 80b Farang Adults 250b so My TGF toll them that I was Thai (joke)
    Showed my Thai D/L got in for 80b




























    It is a Beautiful place to visit on a Sunday afternoon & the smell from the Orchids is wonderful.
    I will go back a gain & next time I will write the names of the Orchids down.
    But for this time I have 70 + picture to post.

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    Nice thread Ratch.
    I should have been there with the wife and family on Saturday.
    They said it was beautiful.

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    Beautiful pics, Rat...You old softie, you...

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    What purdy flowers. Thanks, Ratch.

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    Stunning pics mate. My other half grows orchids, obsessively so. Many thanks for sharing.

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    Thank Guy & girl

    I enjoyed it walking around & taking these picture.
    Next time I will go in the morning then it will not be hot, as it was on Sunday afternoon.



















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    ^ Does anyone know what that red-leafed hanging plant is in the photo above?

    Seen it around but no one seems to know.

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    That'll be the lesser known red leafed hanging plant, methinx.

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    Wiseacre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy View Post
    Nice thread Ratch.
    I should have been there with the wife and family on Saturday.
    They said it was beautiful.
    Yes you did miss out on that one Charley, it a beautiful place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Beautiful pics, Rat...You old softie, you...
    Yes mate I did not what to go but was happy in the end

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    Stunning pics mate. My other half grows orchids, obsessively so. Many thanks for sharing.
    They are beautiful to grow I don't have time & TGF has a brown finger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    What purdy flowers. Thanks, Ratch.
    It is a place you must see if in Ratchaburi.
    I have lived here for 8 year & did not know it was there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Yes mate I did not what to go but was happy in the end
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    They are beautiful to grow I don't have time & TGF has a brown finger.
    I'm not saying a word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurgen View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Yes mate I did not what to go but was happy in the end
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    They are beautiful to grow I don't have time & TGF has a brown finger.
    I'm not saying a word.
    You just make you look after your pool OK

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit
    Does anyone know what that red-leafed hanging plant is in the photo above?
    It's a cactus from Central America. Pseudorhipsalis ramulosa. Normally green but less water and a place in bright sunshine turns the leaves red/maroon.

    Some info: Rhipsalis ramulosa var. angustissima, Pseudorhipsalis ramulosa, Red Rhipsalis - TopTropicals.com and Blogging in Myrtle Glen Pseudorhipsalis ramulosa

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    Yes I would say your on the money there Gipsy

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    Nice...
    I lived a couple of years in Ratburi and never knew about this place nider.
    Thx for the post.

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    Great stuff mate, Thailand is brilliant for their flower gardens. Cheers.

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    Thanks Frank & Terry When I have some time, I will add to the thread.
    Cheers guys

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    This is purely an attraction, or is it also an orchid market?

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