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Default Coelia bella

This is a super easy to grow and bloom species, handling both hot summers and cool winters with ease. It also grows like a weed, readily producing multiple growths. Best of all is the wonderful scent, which reminds me of a combination of cherry and almond.

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Flowers are lovely and the fragrant sounds delicious! Another one on the wish list.
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Beautiful flower and plant!
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Oh WOW, it's a burst of spring colors on this frigid day! It's on my wish list!!
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Yay, it's nice to see that someone else on here has one! They are lovely plants and, like you say, they are very easy to grow (even in the cooler English temps) and have lovely foliage as a bonus
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Thank you, everyone, for your comments!

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Nice.

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