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NOID Brassia mix going nuts

This is a discussion on NOID Brassia mix going nuts within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; Thanks Cindi. I think you're right on. I've ruled out everything else besides the Eternal ...

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    Thanks Cindi. I think you're right on.
    I've ruled out everything else besides the Eternal Wind, and someone from the local society mentioned that the stores here sell the 'Summer Dream' every summer

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    Well it obviously likes you--whatever the name.

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    Here's an update of my Brassia as almost all of the 13 buds on the first spike have opened and the fragrance has become more potent.
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    Cool!

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    SOOOOOOOOOO beautiful! Congratulations!!!

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