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Cochleanthes marginata

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    Smile Cochleanthes marginata

    Just opened yesterday emitted sweet fragrant like roses.
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    Oh, I wish I could smell it. It looks wonderful. Does it always bloom with a single flower or does it have multiple spikes and blooms?

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    Very nice, Zain!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Oh, I wish I could smell it. It looks wonderful. Does it always bloom with a single flower or does it have multiple spikes and blooms?

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    Bruce it always bloom with single flower occasionally 2. After the flowers fade another new spike emerged from opposite side. Very easy to grow in tropical lowland although 'Jays" described as intermediate to warm. I would considered myself very lucky and able to propagate easily from single plant currently become 7 plants.

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    nice and wish list worthy for me, LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Bruce it always bloom with single flower occasionally 2. After the flowers fade another new spike emerged from opposite side. Very easy to grow in tropical lowland although 'Jays" described as intermediate to warm. I would considered myself very lucky and able to propagate easily from single plant currently become 7 plants.
    Thanks. I bet I could grow that one if it can be grown warm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Thanks. I bet I could grow that one if it can be grown warm.

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    I hope your dream will come through. Good luck. Worth to have it Bruce I believe you will enjoy it. Zain.

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    I am adding it to my wish list!

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    Very pretty Zain.

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