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Old 09-11-2020, 10:39 PM
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Sigh, an easygoing no fuss native.
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Old 09-11-2020, 11:50 PM
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Your nonchalant attitude belies the beauty here!

I wish I could be so blessed as to find this mundane!

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Old 09-12-2020, 05:37 AM
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Lol I came across wrong, after the cold weather on my warm Bulbophyllums and Phal bellinas and trying to cater to Coryanthes, Paphs, Ionopsis and Coelogynes, the relief of growing something that isn't from across the globe can't be understated.
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A species that I've always wanted to try growing. How big is the plant? Are the flowers fragrant? It looks to be quite healthy and robust, and the blooms are excellent.
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A flowering plant is always disregarded in its own land.
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A species that I've always wanted to try growing. How big is the plant? Are the flowers fragrant? It looks to be quite healthy and robust, and the blooms are excellent.
I added another pic for the full size, I believe there is some smell but there is an overwhelming fragrance coming from another Kingianum I believe so can't be sure. I think this is one that will grow well anywhere so encourage everyone, especially when your other plants are making you feel inadequate

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Very impressive! Congratulations on your care as displayed by this orchid.
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