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    Default Cym NOID 'White and Ivory'

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    This is what you might call a bread-and-butter hybrid. Nothing special, just one bought from a garden centre , nameless as they usually are. But white or near white flowers are very useful in several situations ; they are good in displays to separate other plants of more colour, and avoid colour clashes ; they are also good in displays in the house, in darkish corners as they stand out so well.

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    It is beautiful, Geoff! I bet it has a great fragrace too?

    cheers,
    BD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    It is beautiful, Geoff! I bet it has a great fragrace too?

    cheers,
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    I just don't seem to get fragrance in most orchids ; thought it was my nose, but right now I have a fine shrub in flower in my garden - Daphne odora "Jacqui Postil' - I keep it trimmed to about 6 ft high and as wide. It is more or less evergreen, but the leaves completely hidden by pink flowers ( about a whole month earlier than usual) . The perfume fills that part of the garden - in the sun, and with no wind, I am aware of it when 25 yards away. So, not my nose....

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    Wow...another pure white. I'm loving these!

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    Beautiful Geoff!

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    Awfully pretty.

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