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Sedirea japonica

This is a discussion on Sedirea japonica within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This little beauty is blooming for the first time. The blooms also have a scent ...

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    Default Sedirea japonica

    This little beauty is blooming for the first time. The blooms also have a scent -- no, not the 3-week-old-DEAD-dog kind of scent that some of you are fond of. No, this one smells like a lemony jasmine -- very pleasant!
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    How cool!

    That's a gorgeous closeup, too. Nice camera work!

    Lemony-jasmine, huh?

    EEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwww.





    (What do you expect from someone who's developed a fondness for carrion-cologne?)

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    Yes, very nice. I've been wanting one of these for some time now. Maybe the time has come.

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    I really need me one of those!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJA
    (What do you expect from someone who's developed a fondness for carrion-cologne?)
    Funny you should mention that -- I was actually thinking of you and TundraKev and your beautiful but stinky orchids. The carrion boys . . .

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    Hey Kev!

    You hear that?

    We're the Carrion Boys!




    I love that!!

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    Hey, that could be a new club or a new TV series:

    The Carrion Boys

    on Fox this fall

    Has a nice ring to it.

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    Maybe I could start a club -- the Carrion Club -- then you'd let me see that swanky club owners pad.

    Oh wait -- I'm not one of the Carrion Boys -- drat -- my plant smells *pretty*

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    I totally think so too, Kev!

















    i'm a carrion boy!








    That's right Sadie.



    No Girls in our clubhouse with pretty-smelling plants.

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    Louis isn't letting anyone new in the Club right now. It got kind of trashed from that big party last week.

    You should have seen the food and booze and everything. It was amazing. :lemmetell I didn't even know they had Beluga Caviar in 5 lb tins!! And one for each of us. He really treats us well.

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