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Brassavola cucullata

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    here we go I'm pretty sure I have the name right, on this one, and I hope I'm posting this in the right spot. Almost lost this plant last year, fried it to a crisp trying to give it good light. Then it was moved to my hospital area where you recoup or die, was cleaning that area out a few months ago and was going to toss it, when I saw new growth, so gave it another chance, glad I did. The fragance is not as noticeable right away, like a nodosa, but is a lot heavier and muskier.Name:  b culcul (Copy).jpg
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    Stunning! What a wonderful orchid flower. Great photos too!

    cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by stateless View Post
    here we go I'm pretty sure I have the name right, on this one, and I hope I'm posting this in the right spot. Almost lost this plant last year, fried it to a crisp trying to give it good light. Then it was moved to my hospital area where you recoup or die, was cleaning that area out a few months ago and was going to toss it, when I saw new growth, so gave it another chance, glad I did. The fragance is not as noticeable right away, like a nodosa, but is a lot heavier and muskier.[
    Very nice clone, congrats!!

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    Not a bad save - excellent growing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stateless View Post
    here we go I'm pretty sure I have the name right, on this one, and I hope I'm posting this in the right spot. Almost lost this plant last year, fried it to a crisp trying to give it good light. Then it was moved to my hospital area where you recoup or die, was cleaning that area out a few months ago and was going to toss it, when I saw new growth, so gave it another chance, glad I did. The fragance is not as noticeable right away, like a nodosa, but is a lot heavier and muskier.Name:  b culcul (Copy).jpg
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    Mabuhay!

    I LOVE IT!!!! I would definitely would want one in my collection. Beautiful flower!!!!!

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    thanks guys, much appreciated

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    Congratulations! What a beauty! Love it!

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