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Old 08-28-2020, 05:04 PM
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(Agn. cyanea should be italicized. I couldn't do that from my phone, Ray.)

Back to the matter at hand. I got this from Dr Rob @Littlefrog Farms last year at the MOS show. It's in moss, in a clay pot. Grown on a top shelf with catt light. I keep it constantly moist and a ceiling fan runs on high 24/7. Temp is in high 70s and humidity hovers between 40-50%. The foliage is still not perfect. No discernable scent.
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Beautiful. (I do love the Agn. cyanea hybrids... and the species too even if they take up precious greenhouse space) As for foliage, hardly anything at my house has perfect foliage... never considered that a drawback for anything.
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Wow! Purply blue!
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really lovely Dolly...well done
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Ya really need to work at giving up that pristine foliage schtuff and just roll with the blooms!
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Latest flowers opened.
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the way it looks like a painted zygo is so cool...great show and thanks again for sharing
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Ever get a fragrance? Mine had a powerful zygo damask rose fragrance.

Whatever I did the plant's foliage looked terribly diseased even though it flowered like it was fine. New growth emerged spotted but blooms were never affected. The plant is really big and the ugly foliage took up too much of my indoor grow space so i had to rehome it.

Edit: from what I can see of your foliage it is much better than what I was experiencing.

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While not perfect, the foliage is good. Not so with my zygo. I have not noticed a scent.

My zygo is a big, ugly, beast. It grows and flowers prolifically. I just stick it toward the rear of the shelf do I don't notice the black foliage, that no amount of air circulation seems to help.. Lol
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