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Raven Dracula Orchid
This stunning orchid is called Raven Dracula. Dracula orchids grow in highlands of South America, and its natural habitat is hard to replicate. San Francisco is one of the few places where Draculas can be cultivated. Beautiful Raven Dracula is a hybrid of Dracula roezlii and Dracula vampire, and should probably belong to an art gallery than a winter garden.
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