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    The fragrant aroma of ... orchid?


    This Cattleya sp. that just put out it's first flower in my possession has an incredible intoxicating scent.

    This flowering orchid smells very similar to a gardenia flower and finishes with a hint of citrus blossoms.

    I received this plant from 2ns last year, so if you're browsing the interwebz Glenn, thanks again for this orchid and I hope things are going well for you too.


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    VERY nice! Catts are one orchid I seem to be able to grow but not bloom.

    I DO however have an Onc. "Sharry baby" spiking! Mmmmm, Chocolate!
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