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Old 09-01-2017, 11:34 PM
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Little bitty plant, those largest leaves are probably 1" long. I got it on the 14th, so I think this bloom started in my care? I didn't see a bud, but it could have just been too small.

Tada! A great surprise to look over at today. So cute.

Anyone know if this plant is one that reblooms from older growth?
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Very cute!
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Nice bloom! Now to get my licenastrum to bloom... do you give it any winter rest or relatively constant watering/fertilizing (with the standard less frequent watering during the winter that most of us do for all of their orchids)?
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What's the plant with the roundish, spotted leaves?
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Also curious about the plant with roundish spotted leaves
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Wonderful! Congratulations!

I took this one to an Orchid Society meeting when it bloomed for the first time and no one could find the bloom! I did not think that it was that difficult to see.
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Very cute.
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Wow, those are tiny!
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That's the charm!
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I suspect growths cannot bloom more than once since I have so many growths but don't get many blooms. This is just a guess and I could be wrong.

One of the fascinating features of this plant is the strong fragrance produced by the tiny flowers.

Initiallly I found it unpleasant but eventually I have begun to like it, often smelling it before noticing the flower(s).

I have had this plant for over 40 years.
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