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Cleisostoma species

This is a discussion on Cleisostoma species within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Native to Borneo very tough leaves, just realized the plant already in bloomed but I ...

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    Native to Borneo very tough leaves, just realized the plant already in bloomed but I would considered myself very lucky still few more flowers remained that made me happy.Very strong fragrant.
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    Zainal, maybe Cl. racemiferum.
    Send your picture to Peter to Singapura.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanhua View Post
    Zainal, maybe Cl. racemiferum.
    Send your picture to Peter to Singapura.
    Can you send/ PM me his email address thanks Mietek.

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    looks great. wish I could smell the fragrance.

    cheers,
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    Such warm colors and lovely detail on the petals. Is the fragrance sweet Zain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    Such warm colors and lovely detail on the petals. Is the fragrance sweet Zain?
    The smell I would say very fresh and sweet I like it so much though very small flowers you can smell it as far as 3 feet thanks Angel.

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    Size doesn't matter Zain. The flowers of my neostylis are only about half an inch in length, but it is a fragrance powerhouse.

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    Very nice En. Zainal. Is it growing in an empty basket there? Congrats again. Salam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazlani View Post
    Very nice En. Zainal. Is it growing in an empty basket there? Congrats again. Salam.
    Salam yes empty basket except at the beginning small coconut chips once the roots established than can remove it, Thanks En Mazlan.

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