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Galeottia grandiflora

This is a discussion on Galeottia grandiflora within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Now I would like to present rare and difficult plant to bloom from South America ...

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    Default Galeottia grandiflora

    Now I would like to present rare and difficult plant to bloom from South America has wonderful fragrant especially in the morning relatively huge flower and long lasting.
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    Very cool flower!

    In March, I bought a Galeottia negrensis. It looks mature enough to bloom. Hopefully it will this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78Terp View Post
    Very cool flower!

    In March, I bought a Galeottia negrensis. It looks mature enough to bloom. Hopefully it will this season.
    That is another very beautiful flower with awesome smell wish your clone almost similar like the photo below. Thanks Harvey.
    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...negrensis.html

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    Wow. looks great. have not seen this genus before. thanks for sharing Dr.zainal.

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    Very exotic and jungle like. May I ask what the fragrance is like? AL

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchidsal View Post
    Very exotic and jungle like. May I ask what the fragrance is like? AL
    Very fresh similar like citrus AL wish you can try as this species is easy to grow.

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    Very lovely!

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    Sounds good Zain....................AL

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    Bravo, Zain.

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    Thanks all for your nice comments.

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