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Oeoniella polystachys

This is a discussion on Oeoniella polystachys within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This tiny plant takes forever from spike to bloom, at least 4 months. but the ...

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    Default Oeoniella polystachys

    This tiny plant takes forever from spike to bloom, at least 4 months. but the fragrance is worth the wait. The small blooms can perfume my whole growing area on a good nightName:  oen po 1 (Copy).jpg
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    So beautiful. Worth the wait/

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    I think we are all willing to wait such long time for such beautiful flowers

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    Really pretty. I was trying to see the plant--does it have pseudo bulbs?

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    I can smell the sweet smell of successful blooming all the way from here Ed! Great photo's of this wonderful orchid. AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris1140 View Post
    Really pretty. I was trying to see the plant--does it have pseudo bulbs?
    thank you, no pseudo bulb, more a viney vanda type plant, very small

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    Beautiful blooms and photo. Looking at it makes we want to stick my nose against the screen and inhale. Wonder when that technology will be created? LOL

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    Wow another beautiful miniature, I wish I can smell this snow white.

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    An Absolute Beauty! I would love to have this one.

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    Mine isn't fully bloomed yet...and yes they are able to really put out the scent. I just love the way they look in bloom. All those tiny pristine white flowers reaching out...so pretty!

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