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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 orchid has a night scent similar to B.Nodoas...

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    This orchid has a night scent similar to B.Nodoas
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    a very nice one! Would you happen to have a full plant pic? I am not familiar with this species.

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    I will take a full picture for you tomar, it is very angraecum like.

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    Thanks...is it night fragrant only?

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    Yes only at night and it is so fragrant for such small flowers. Its an easy plant to grow, not fussy at all.

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    what more could one ask for, beauty, fragrance and easy to grow!!!

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    It is beautiful! I like it!

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    Very pretty, delicate, and fragrant too. What joy.

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    That's very nice! I'm not familiar with these, but I like!! I bet they smell delicious..

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    Thanks everyone for your comments.

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