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Angrecum magdalena

This is a discussion on Angrecum magdalena within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Base on my observation under my care it will bloom once a year I'm not ...

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    Default Angrecum magdalena

    Base on my observation under my care it will bloom once a year I'm not complaint I love the scent especially in the evening, late night and early morning.
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    Lovely. Congratulations on blooming this Angraecoid. I thought this would not bloom in the lowlands, unlike sesquipedale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Lovely. Congratulations on blooming this Angraecoid. I thought this would not bloom in the lowlands, unlike sesquipedale.
    Thanks Yew I also thought the same thing , I took the risked bought 2 plants but this one exception bloom for me but the other clone still quiet, I still remember your Paph esquirolei now I got your luck, he,he.

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    wow, the bloom is quite nice in form and substance, a beautiful white, never heard of this one before, thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Thanks Yew I also thought the same thing , I took the risked bought 2 plants but this one exception bloom for me but the other clone still quiet, I still remember your Paph esquirolei now I got your luck, he,he.
    We're very lucky, Zainal. I think we have to take more risks and try some orchids that are not supposed to be able to bloom under our hot lowland climate. Who knows we may just strike the jackpot with the odd ones can adapt to our conditions. My next target? ,,,, a Paph armeniacum....

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    Gorgeous! I love the pristine white Angraecum flowers...great job!

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    One of the nicest ones I have seen.

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    Love this beautiful Angrecum magdalena, Zain. Nice bloom sir!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    We're very lucky, Zainal. I think we have to take more risks and try some orchids that are not supposed to be able to bloom under our hot lowland climate. Who knows we may just strike the jackpot with the odd ones can adapt to our conditions. My next target? ,,,, a Paph armeniacum....
    I agree with you Yew but armeniacum I already tried no luck the plant just stunted finally vanished I just put finger cross wish your future plant get acclimatize and bloom for you thanks.

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    Thanks all for your comments.

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