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B Nodosa & a Mini Catt

This is a discussion on B Nodosa & a Mini Catt within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; My nodosa is filling the house with it's wonderful fragrance every night - ahhhhhhhh! And, ...

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    My nodosa is filling the house with it's wonderful fragrance every night - ahhhhhhhh! And, this little Sc June Bug 'Mendenhall' is just too darn cute. It was the first catt I ever got to bloom for me, so I'm sorta partial to it
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    Very pretty, the Mini . Catt. is a doll thanks for sharing them . Gin

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    Hi! Gin. I'm glad you like them. I hope that my nodosa will grow up to be like yours someday. The little June Bug inspired me to get a couple more catts. I bought a big floofy one the other night. It's not ready to bloom yet but should be a good floofy, smelly one when it grows up.

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    that's a nice contrast between the yellow segments and the lip on that mini catt.. and well done growing that nodosa... love that smell..

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    Thanks, Tim. I've had the nodosa for a year and it really has grown a lot in that time. Last summer, it only had one spike with four flowers on it. There is a lot of new growth coming on, so I'm hoping for some more flowers. I'd like to bottle that fragrance! It lives in the bathroom off the bedroom so I can smell it when I'm falling asleep - it's wonderful.

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