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Brassavola Nodosa

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    Default Brassavola Nodosa

    This time the blooms are nice and big.
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    I love Brassavola Nodosa blooms. What a beautiful orchid.

    cheers,
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    I love your Brassavola. I've been waiting two years for mine to bloom. I now have one spike! Can't wait to see what they look like.

    From your photo it looks like you grow yours in rather subdued light. I have mine in a south facing window. Will mine burn?
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    Lovely! I used to have a small collection of nodosa clones...a beautiful species

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    Quote Originally Posted by GenevaDad View Post
    Will mine burn?

    I live in SW Chicago and I have my nodosa in a southern window. The windows are 30% tinted, and the plant grows in full sun from 10 AM to sunset, year round. Mine appears to like where I have it.

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    Lovely flowers! I was in Barbados recently and really enjoyed seeing orchids growing wild. It was so beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by discosatisfaction View Post
    Lovely flowers! I was in Barbados recently and really enjoyed seeing orchids growing wild. It was so beautiful.
    Hi Beau,
    Sorry I did not know you were here, I would have welcmed the opportunity to show you my Orchids.
    Hope you will come again.

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    I miss the smell especially at night, lovely Angela.

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