Coelogyne corymbosa

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  1. Jul 12, 2013 #1

    Bernd_S

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    Coelogyne corymbosa ... my "skunk" smell very strong, not as enjoyable for me as described in the Internet (the scent of coconut in the nitida I prefer). Flowers at the moment in time. The specimens from India will be without fragrance.

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    greetings
    Bernd
     
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    Nice plant, thanks for sharing. :)
     
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    Nice flowers, but I wouldn't like the skunk smell!!! :p
     
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    Lovely flowers and nice growing Bernd!!!! Jean
     
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    very pretty flowers
     
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    Thank you! unfortunately, do the thing with the "honeydew" things a bit complicated.
    Here, too, you can - if you take a closer look - see the consequences.
    In the field, with frequent rain and fog ists easier, but then other problems come to that. This plant is frost beginning to the end of Frostr always outside.
    regards
    Bernd
     
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    Beautiful.
     

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