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Stanhopea inodora Alba

The fragrance is a knockout literally! This one also growing outside here
in S.Calif.

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On Wed, 17 Sep 2008 16:53:54 -0700, Wendy7 wrote
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Stanhopea inodora Alba

The fragrance is a knockout literally! This one also growing outside here
in S.Calif.

Cheers Wendy


Two lovelies, Ms. Wendy. The only things growing outside for me are a huge
Kingianum and a Masdevallia.


Tom
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That's a very interesting combo Tom. I always thought Masde's were cool
growers while Kingianum were warm
growers.
Cheers Wendy
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On Wed, 17 Sep 2008 16:53:54 -0700, Wendy7 wrote
(in article ):

Stanhopea inodora Alba

The fragrance is a knockout literally! This one also growing outside
here
in S.Calif.

Cheers Wendy


Two lovelies, Ms. Wendy. The only things growing outside for me are a huge
Kingianum and a Masdevallia.


Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
Nikon D200


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On Thu, 18 Sep 2008 19:59:45 -0700, Wendy7 wrote
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I'm a little amazed myself, given our very hot summers ( 100) and winters
down to the 30s and even 20s, but Kathy Barrett suggested where I might put
the masd (no, not there!), and Wilford Neptune exhorted me to leave the
Kingianum outside year round to encourage bloom, and they've both been doing
very well.
Tom
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That's a very interesting combo Tom. I always thought Masde's were cool
growers while Kingianum were warm
growers.
Cheers Wendy
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(in article ):

Stanhopea inodora Alba

The fragrance is a knockout literally! This one also growing outside
here
in S.Calif.

Cheers Wendy


Two lovelies, Ms. Wendy. The only things growing outside for me are a huge
Kingianum and a Masdevallia.


Tom
Walnut Creek, CA
Nikon D200









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