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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; I had this plant for almost 2 years and abandoned it for quite sometimes because ...

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    Default Angraecum magdalenae

    I had this plant for almost 2 years and abandoned it for quite sometimes because of no sign of flowering and didnt expected to bloom cause it's intermediate growing almost gave up but finally I hang it in the basket surprisingly give me one flower so sweet and wonderful fragrance in the evening.
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    Very beautiful !! I think I should also abandon mine!! It has been growing so slowly for the past 2 years no blooms yet.

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    Congrats. Zainal. Very pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halloamey View Post
    Very beautiful !! I think I should also abandon mine!! It has been growing so slowly for the past 2 years no blooms yet.
    Hopefully it will work for you Amey please give enough light and water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Congrats. Zainal. Very pretty.
    Thanks Yew.

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    Nice surprise indeed!

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    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?

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    For all the Angraecums, this is my very favorite. It does need cooler and dry winter to bloom well tho. Good job, Zainal.

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    beautiful, you've been well rewarded for setting it aside - martha

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    What a perfect flower! Just lovely...wish I could sniff it!!

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