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Coelogyne rochussenii in bloom

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    Default Coelogyne rochussenii in bloom

    Hi all,

    I'd like to share some pictures of my blooming plant. It blooms with one spike only, but scent is wonderful.



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    Such long bloom spikes on this orchid! So beautiful!!

    cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Such long bloom spikes on this orchid! So beautiful!!

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    Thank you Bruce!
    The spike is really long (18"). I wish I had more than one!

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    Wow, extremely beautiful! And the plant looks very healthy.

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    Lovely flowers and good looking plant there!

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    Beautiful flower color

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    Beautiful blooms Natali. This is one of the most rewarding orchids to grow. Our blooming season is just over. I really must divide and repot mine - the problem is that I'll have too many pots to care for. The last time I did that I had to give away 5 pots to friends and relatives. If you allow yours to fill the pot and grow into a clump you will be rewarded with the most fantastic display of blooms. My best blooming season had 42 spikes from one pot. I have a friend who has about a dozen big pots of these and during flowering season, hangs the pots in the verandah of his house. I can tell you this is a fantastic sight and the fragrance..............

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    I love the smell so nice, I saw one of my friend the spike may reach 4 feet maybe selected clone.

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    Branka, Tom, Max,
    thank you very much!
    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Beautiful blooms Natali. This is one of the most rewarding orchids to grow. Our blooming season is just over. I really must divide and repot mine - the problem is that I'll have too many pots to care for. The last time I did that I had to give away 5 pots to friends and relatives. If you allow yours to fill the pot and grow into a clump you will be rewarded with the most fantastic display of blooms. My best blooming season had 42 spikes from one pot. I have a friend who has about a dozen big pots of these and during flowering season, hangs the pots in the verandah of his house. I can tell you this is a fantastic sight and the fragrance..............
    Thank you Yew,
    I saw pictures of your plants... just fantastic!! I hope my plant will once grow so big!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nataliwind View Post
    Branka, Tom, Max,
    thank you very much!

    Thank you Yew,
    I saw pictures of your plants... just fantastic!! I hope my plant will once grow so big!
    I'm sure it will under your care. I have already seen your other specimen plants.

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