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Rhyncolaelia glauca

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    Default Rhyncolaelia glauca

    Rhyncolaelia glauca comes from Mexico, it requires an intermediate climate and when growing, should be fertilised and watered adequately. When not in growth, it is given drier conditions. Good air circulation is essential, and maximum sunlight short of leaf burn will ensure maximum flowering. Also known as Brassavola glauca.




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    Very pretty Ron.

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    That's lovely. Good pics too...

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    Lovely! Any fragrance?

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    I didn't detect a fragrance but many Brassavolas are night fragrant.

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    That is really pretty. I like it.

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    very nice!

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