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    That's a very colorful flower, I should give one of these a try next year outside. I'd rather not get the stench indoors

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    The plants are indoors, at my balcony. But the Proboscidea doesn't smell bad even when I took the close shots of the flower. Maybe because the humidity here is very high, above 65% all the time. Ibicella...well, I'll update again when the flowers open. LMAO
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    Very nice. I like how sticky everything looks. the humidity probably helps a lot.
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    The flower opened yesterday.
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    Here I am trying to figure out the difference between the two and the yellow flower and the species name finally clicked. Yellow and lutea... duh!

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