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Angraecum magdalenae

This is a discussion on Angraecum magdalenae within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Gorgeous, Zain - Phillip and I have a young one - just 4 sets of ...

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    Gorgeous, Zain - Phillip and I have a young one - just 4 sets of leaves and we know we'll have to wait for it to bloom - maybe in a few years. It gets light and water, but maybe Tom's advice about cooler and dryer winters would give it a little push? Anyway, it's glorious to see and read about yours. I love their compact habit, and that's a large bloom, isn't it? Seems like it's worth waiting for - nice growing!

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    What a beautiful flower! The Angraecum group may be difficult but their flowers are so amazing! I was so excited to find a new root on my Crestwood this week...any sign of progress with an Angraecum is a bonus. lol

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    That's beautiful - I think I should neglect mine too! It's nice to know these little tips that encourage them to do something.....

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    Beautiful. Bravo Zainal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carie View Post
    Am discovering orchids are weird that way. Too much care & attention and they go all diva on me. A little neglect and they sneakily do all sorts of things behind my back. Maybe stage fright?
    Maybe Carie I wish it will bloom again for the future without feel afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom-19951 View Post
    For all the Angraecums, this is my very favorite. It does need cooler and dry winter to bloom well tho. Good job, Zainal.
    You are welcome Tom, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauraec View Post
    Gorgeous, Zain - Phillip and I have a young one - just 4 sets of leaves and we know we'll have to wait for it to bloom - maybe in a few years. It gets light and water, but maybe Tom's advice about cooler and dryer winters would give it a little push? Anyway, it's glorious to see and read about yours. I love their compact habit, and that's a large bloom, isn't it? Seems like it's worth waiting for - nice growing!
    Thanks Maura I wish I can see your flower for the future maybe advice from Tom is a good catalyst for you to take further action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjcorner View Post
    What a beautiful flower! The Angraecum group may be difficult but their flowers are so amazing! I was so excited to find a new root on my Crestwood this week...any sign of progress with an Angraecum is a bonus. lol
    Congratulations such a nice hybrids and hoping it will bloom for you again.Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flower_Faerie View Post
    That's beautiful - I think I should neglect mine too! It's nice to know these little tips that encourage them to do something.....
    Thanks FF hope it will work for you good luck. Zain

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    Thanks all for nice comments.Zain

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