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Phal Carribean Sunset 'Sweet Fragrance'

This is a discussion on Phal Carribean Sunset 'Sweet Fragrance' within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; One of my favorite phals. Usually produces two or three spikes that are full of ...

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    Default Phal Carribean Sunset 'Sweet Fragrance'

    One of my favorite phals. Usually produces two or three spikes that are full of small, fragrants blooms. I'd describe the fragrance as citrus with a hint of ivory soap - strange, but nice.
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    Very nice.
    Like the yellow dusting on the lower petals.

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    Nice! Kewl photo too! It looks like it would smell sweet instead of soap-like. Oh, well, still beautiful!

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    very nice. Love the color and fragrance always a bonus.

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    Love the colors. Very bright and a "sunset" is just the right name. Sniff...sniff... I like fragrant flowers...

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    I LOVE the color! Very nice flowers.

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