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Old 11-14-2019, 08:36 AM
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Just got this plant a few weeks ago from a friend in GA. The sweet and spicy fragrance has gotten stronger each of the past 3 nights. With and without flash:
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Beautiful! Does it stay small like that?
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Beautiful! Does it stay small like that?
It does. Of course it spreads, but the pseudobulbs and leaves stay small.
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After my "big freeze" in January of 1994 when a greenhouse heater failure resulted in the loss of a 20-year collection, my best friend's father brought up a whole box of plants from his greenhouse in Va. Beach, including an unlabeled one of those he had collected in Panama some 20+ years earlier.

I sent a blooming growth off to Marie Shelby Orchid Identification Center, and they confirmed it to be Epi. conopseum, now known as magnoliae.
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