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Cymbidium Golden Elf 'Sundust' Hcc/Aos.

This is a discussion on Cymbidium Golden Elf 'Sundust' Hcc/Aos. within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; It has a light scent , easy to grow , Catt. light, no cool down ...

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    Default Cymbidium Golden Elf 'Sundust' Hcc/Aos.

    It has a light scent , easy to grow , Catt. light, no cool down needed ,moist, likes food .
    Does not like re potting, let it get very pot bound .Thanks for looking . Gin
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    And it's cute, too! Love how soft the yellow is.

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    Very Nice. I have a WU492 Blc. Hawaiian Passion 'Carmela' Green with the same tones. I was told it will have a nice citrus scent. I would love for it to bloom the week after New Years. Would be a welcome change from the Christmas Tree, but the anticipation of the Spring would seem like forever.

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    Beautiful, Gin. How long do your flowers last? I have a 4N of this plant and the flowers last almost 3 weeks.

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    I like this one ... to date its the only cym I 've ever succeeded in blooming.

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    Thanks glad you like it , These just opened ,It has another spike in bud , Think it depends on the weather, but if I remember right about 3 weeks . Gin

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    Beautiful! It also sounds like it is a little easier going than some. Even the fact that it likes to be a little root bound just cuts down on your work.

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    Lovely, sunny color!

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    I must have this one! Lovely!

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    I like the color and the upright stance of the flowers.

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