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Cym. Sinense Molan Heimo & Baimo.

This is a discussion on Cym. Sinense Molan Heimo & Baimo. within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; These cym. are miniature flower and the flowers have a very strong scent. The Cym ...

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    Default Cym. Sinense Molan Heimo & Baimo.

    These cym. are miniature flower and the flowers have a very strong scent. The Cym sinense usually blossoms in chinese new year.
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    hi darren,
    wow, i love the heimo, cant help it but somehow the bloom reminds me on max. tenuifolia.

    how big is the whole plant?

    cheers

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    both are lovely... love the colour and pattern on the heimo

    also keen to know how big these plants need to get before they start blooming, although I think mine has a fair way to go before getting to that stage!

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    Darren, both are beautiful! And with the fragrance they will go to my "must have" list!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    hi darren,
    wow, i love the heimo, cant help it but somehow the bloom reminds me on max. tenuifolia.

    how big is the whole plant?

    cheers
    I thought the same thing about the max tenuifolia. Cool blooms, Darren.

    Cheers,
    BD

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    hi darren,
    wow, i love the heimo, cant help it but somehow the bloom reminds me on max. tenuifolia.

    how big is the whole plant?

    cheers
    Thankyou guys the plant are about 5-6 bulb Yes my though the same with you guy it's look a bit of max. tenuifolia.

    Yes Margo! this plant is great you should collect them ... goodluck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bench72 View Post
    both are lovely... love the colour and pattern on the heimo

    also keen to know how big these plants need to get before they start blooming, although I think mine has a fair way to go before getting to that stage!
    Hi Tim, Normally I think they must have 3-4 bulb to started blooming but sometimes they require 5-6 bulb to get it blooming ... usually they begin to bloom between Jan to March

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