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Unread 12-28-2012, 12:27 PM
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Default Brassavola perrinii

Brassavola perrinii Lindley 1833 SUBGENUS Sessililabia SECTION Conchoglossa

Brassavola fragrans Lem. 1853


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This is a great species and the colors on yours looks great. Congrats!

Edit: I'm wondering if this one is actually B. flagellaris though.
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This is a great species and the colors on yours looks great. Congrats!

Edit: I'm wondering if this one is actually B. flagellaris though.
Good point. I'll search about it.
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I give this thread a bump, instead of opening a new one.

Today my first ever B. perrinii flower is finally open. I love the scent !
Nice!
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Normally an August bloomer, but I also have one spike of perrinii blooming. Do you apply artificial light?
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It's lovely.
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