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splinter1804 wrote:
Hi everyone -Sorry but I have to rush this morning so just a few pic's and I'll be back later,

Pic.1 is (sorry) an orchid, Stanhopea Tigrina - it's a fascinating plant which flowers out the bottom of the pot/basket and has a very strong smell of vanilla.

After Wendy posted a pic of her Ae. Caudata variegata a while back, I went looking for mine which I said had never flowered. Well guess what? They are both flowering now. They are two differetnt clones and growing in different areas and different light intensities. Pic.2 Ae. Caudata variegata #1, Pic.3 Ae Caudata variegata #1 inflorescence, Pic.4 Ae Caudata variegata #2, and Pic.5 Ae Caudata variegata #2 inflorescence.

All the best, Nev.

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