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Ryn. gigantea two spikes

This is a discussion on Ryn. gigantea two spikes within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Second season blooming for this guys. Got two spikes this time around. Something to look ...

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    Default Ryn. gigantea two spikes

    Second season blooming for this guys. Got two spikes this time around. Something to look forward to every winter.
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    Another group i'd like to get a few more of...yours is so pretty! Do they smell as good as they look??

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    They have an "interesting" smell. I like it, but some people seem to think it's too chemical.

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    Very very pretty! Love it! I have a few but they are all babies...

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    Looks great, I would like even one on mine per year let alone twice.

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    absolutely beautiful!

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    Great growing! That is awesome.

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    nice, cant wait for mine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by smwboxer View Post
    They have an "interesting" smell. I like it, but some people seem to think it's too chemical.
    Great blooms on this one. I love the smell, its kind of spicy smell some times cinnamon like.

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    I just got one a couple of weeks ago, it was in bloom but sadly the bloom has started to
    fade. Cant wait for mine to bloom under my care. thanks for sharing this photo with us.

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