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Aerides quinquevulnera with tiny dots

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    Default Aerides quinquevulnera with tiny dots

    almost invisible to the naked eye.



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    SSOOO Pretty !!!Thanks for sharing Nelson.
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    The dots are almost dust like. If I took the picture, they would be invisible. :-) I didn't realize how special Aerides are until I started seeing yours Nelson.

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    Default Thank you, Madame.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehera View Post
    The dots are almost dust like. If I took the picture, they would be invisible. :-) I didn't realize how special Aerides are until I started seeing yours Nelson.
    All aerides I have are very fragrant. The fragrance starts from a few days after opening of the blooms.

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    Ah, Nelson - I've got to figure out how to come and visit you and your orchids some day soon.

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