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Coelogyne fimbriata

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    What a nice surprize today morning!!!! I almost missed this little guy! I wasn't expecting it to open before sometime next week!!! Fragrant little flower!
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    I took a picture of both Coel. fimbriata and Coel. speciosa so you can compare the size.
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    I also took a picrure with a penny (that I took from another pot right after killing the )
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    A pretty little thing!

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    That is so tiny...do they smell good?

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    Yes, Connie the fragrance is nice... and is quite a bit for this little flower!

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    Did you notice the fragrance before the bloom? It is such a tiny bloom. The shot with the penny really shows how tiny this cutie is. Really nice.

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    Bruce, I almost missed both the bloom and the fragrance... I don't even know when it opened as the last several days I had other things to deal with and didn't really had much time for the orchids...

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    The flowers are just adorable! I'm glad you didn't miss them.

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    good job margo!

    also like the photo with the penny, you got the penny pretty well. lol

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    Took better pictures today! UPDATE!
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