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Angraecum sesquipedale going to bloom...

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    Default Angraecum sesquipedale going to bloom...

    Hello! We are quite excited with our Angraecum sesquipedale. The last time it bloomed it was Jan 27th 2014. The flowers will hopefully be opening in ~1 week.

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    The last time it bloomed, I didn't take any photos of the flower buds. But I think it is definitely worth appreciating even at this stage. Can't wait!

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    This will be lovely when they open and smell strongly at night. Looks a well grown plant (how big ?) with plenty of 'bloom' on the leaves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phraggy View Post
    This will be lovely when they open and smell strongly at night. Looks a well grown plant (how big ?) with plenty of 'bloom' on the leaves.

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    Last year we only had 2 flowers (the flowers had a 12-inch spur each) and a pleasant fragrant. This year we thought we might have 2 flower stems but one is either a bit delayed in developing or maybe decided not to grow! Quite sad but I am looking forward to these two flowers.

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    Here is what the same plant looked like last year.

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