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Top fragant orchids

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    spectacular flower

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    I have now added to the collection rhyncostylis gigantea, angraecum sesquipedale, lycaste yoko's sister
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    Fruity/soapy smell - phal bellina, violacea and some hybrids
    Raspberry - dendrobium anosmum, parishii, Nestor
    Floral - many Encyclias (note that the flowers emit scent strongest when hit by direct sun, which may compromise longevity of the blooms.
    Vanilla - Vanda Mimi Palmer, dendrobium leonis
    Spicy - many in the cattleya alliance, Gongora claviodora
    Lemon / citrus - coelogyne rochussenii, aerides and rhynchostylis species and hybrids
    Stinky (if you are into these) - bulbos.

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    interesting contribution my companion, I took into account the sun in my encyclia fucata but already you that as much was very weak, I have to blossom patens, osmantha, cordigera pink, oncidioides still refuses
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    I do not know if it will be sweet, salty or bitter but I am satisfied that it is detected from quite far
    it's really a litmus test for me.
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    this one for against, some say fresh air, other chocolate, other vanilla, other lilacs, but ditto the previous that is perceived at considerable distance
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    I never had an ounce of faith in this genre, by the way, I hope I am wrong and take a pleasant surprise, you can never belittle in this sense neither the size of the plant nor the flower nor its appearance
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    the penultimate photo is a sharry baby and the last one sotoanum
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    a very mild smell that sometimes manifests itself with milk chocolate other than sweet candies, Highly fragrant.
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