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Old 10-16-2008, 03:49 PM
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Anybody who wants to post pictures of their blooming WARM Mystery Project plant or discuss it can do so in this thread...

DON'T talk about it in the regular forums PLEASE!

let the show begin...

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Here's a photo of it's blooms. Just opened this morning. I won't divulge the name, tho I do know what it is.

It is a little bit of a stinker smells a bit like washed up fish on the seashore. Fortunately, you can only smell it if you get your nose real close.
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I love it...even if it is a little stinker

Way to go, Yvan!
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I have to say, it's pretty awesome. Plus, the color is much more intense and saturated than my photo shows.
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That is a beauty! I keep imagining it smelling like fish oil though.
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oooh! i love it!
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I got a warm and an intermediate. I have the intermediate figured out, and I know the genus of warm, but not the exact type and the mystery has been driving me nuts. And I'm the one who suggested this whole thing way back when. Curiosity killed the cat and I swear I was a cat in another life.
Anyway, I had to look!!!! And oh my goodness, it is sooooo cute!
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can't wait for mine to bloom!!!
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Here's a photo of it's blooms. Just opened this morning. I won't divulge the name, tho I do know what it is.

It is a little bit of a stinker – smells a bit like washed up fish on the seashore. Fortunately, you can only smell it if you get your nose real close.
I wasn't part of the project, sadly so I'm not sure what the rules are here. I don't quite get why the names can't be mentioned but I won't say any more, my lips are sealed.

I love this one, Yvan. I just bought one very similar, color is slightly different. I would buy this one in a heartbeat. It's gorgeous! Can you tell me how you're growing this, light/medium/water?

Well done!
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