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Vanda suavis

This is a discussion on Vanda suavis within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I like the perfume very strong and nice....

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    Talking Vanda suavis

    I like the perfume very strong and nice.
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    Nicesuavis on such a well-grown plant.

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    Very pretty Vanda.

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    I it! So pretty.

    cheers,
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    wow, send one my way.... i love it.

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    im green with envy zain!lol

    top listed vanda, nice pix too!

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