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Coelogyne ovalis

This is a discussion on Coelogyne ovalis within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; What a cool fuzzy lip Margo. I like it alot....

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    What a cool fuzzy lip Margo. I like it alot.

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    Thank you all for the nice words!!!
    Andrew, I don't know how long the flower will last, but its been open for three days now and looks great. Also as soon as this flower goes another one opens... Also the flower on this one is quite nice size (appx 2") compared to Coel. fimbriata which is only appx half inch.
    Darren, how are you my friend?! Nice to see you here!!! About the fragrance- it does have a very light scent during the day but not early in the morning and not evenings and nights. I think the sun is the key!

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    Very unique lip! I love it!Congrats on getting this one!

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    Thanks margo....thats great that it replaces each flower with another....deff let me know the overall length of the bloom when its gone. Im so curious.

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    Andrew, the flower lasts appx 10 days. It was open until yesterday and the next bud should open within the next couple of days.

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    It is unique (for me ,of course!) Very nice ,Margo!
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    Wow gorgeous flowers. the lip reminds me of cottonia

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    thanks margo for the update

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    Thanks, Jen, Ruxandra and Satish for the nice words!
    Andrew, I hope you like the update and it will make you get one!

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    Wow, when I first saw this pic I thought it was an insect on an orchid. ha!
    Beautiful!
    Also curious if it has a scent. . .?
    Was it grown in Florida? Just curious because I always thought it would be too hot there for it.
    Thanks Margo.

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