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B. nodosa

This is a discussion on B. nodosa within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; pretty happy this guy decided to bloom. I was getting worried as I saw everyone ...

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    pretty happy this guy decided to bloom. I was getting worried as I saw everyone elses bloom and mione was just sitting there!
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    very nice! what's the fragrance like to you? (everyone seems to have a different description)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmoney
    very nice! what's the fragrance like to you? (everyone seems to have a different description)
    Congrats.!
    Rem. the fragrance is at night..mine is like jasmine.

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    i would say mine smells like pine.

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    Forrest, that is really nice! Thanks for the pic!


    Cheers!
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    Great growing forrest! Mine has been putting out new growths like crazy, but no blooms. Oh well there's always next year!

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    Thanks everyone. I cant ppin point what it smells like exactly to me, though it does have a bit of a pepper and mint edge to it.

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