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Laelia anceps var. alba 'Aloha Starlight' AM/AOS division--first bloom!

This is a discussion on Laelia anceps var. alba 'Aloha Starlight' AM/AOS division--first bloom! within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Thanks all. It seems the seller (who I don't remember who it is) got it ...

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    Thanks all. It seems the seller (who I don't remember who it is) got it wrong. I wil change the tag to read semi alba and take out the clonal name.

    Hmm

    Anyway, surprisingly, my Laelias smell faintly like cherry. LOLOLOL> I'm always surprised by this.

    Yes, I've seen huge specimens and I hope mine get to be that big and beautiful!!

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    Very pretty semialba, congratulations.

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    Beautiful bloom!

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    Nice bloom! Good growing.

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    I think its beautiful. Sometimes single flowers are understated and elegant all by themselves! Congrats!

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