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Thread: Polycycnis ornata

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    Default Polycycnis ornata

    Grows in leca pellets. Lots of water. Intermediate temps. Looks similar to Gongora in growth habit.

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View...887&p=65920033

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    very nice! It does remind me of Gongora. Does it have a fragrance? And do you ever succumb to beggars

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    The barbata is cooler looking in my opinion It does have a nice fragrance. Beggers...LOL

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    That looks similar to the gongora my boss has at his greenhouse. His smelled like cinnamon, yummy!

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