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A Welcome Face (Brassavola nodosa (Lady Of The Night))

I was moving plants on the catwalk, and yet again, it bloomed under my nose! I didn;t even know it was coming. (A sign I'm a little overwhelmed by houseplants for now) :-)



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nice for you to find.....

22 Oct, 2009

 

Thanks Holly. This one always surprizes me. I was looking at it last week thinking, this is not going to bloom anytime soon. I should give it more attention. :-)

22 Oct, 2009

 

you certainly overwhelmed by houseplants,,, and perfectly happy about it :))))

22 Oct, 2009

 

lol....that is true. :-) This orchid is always a surprize.

23 Oct, 2009

 

Lovely orchid GT, what's it called?

24 Oct, 2009

 

Brassavola nodosa. I just discovered the name, I just had the tag, B. nodosa. It is so reliable! Always catches me off guard without any extra care. I just discovered they must dry out to complete each pseudobulbs growth and flower. Night fragrance. Its wonderful.

I just linked it and I'm the first here, I'll have to link more.

24 Oct, 2009

 

What's this about linking it?

24 Oct, 2009

 

Top left, above the Members who liked this, the What else section. Adding the botanical name, it links to all other pics, questions and info in GOY about the same plant and the same genus. Adding to my garden will create a link to my garden section too. I'll do that too and link all my photos of this orchid to my garden so all the links get connected. We have an amazing resource to plant info here that we are boulding. I love it!

25 Oct, 2009

 

Gorgeous plant GT, seriously to grow these U must be a real GT.

28 Oct, 2009

 

Thank you Doon. I wish I could take more credit for it. It seems to go one without me sometimes. :-) One of the few that prefers a dry spell to mature the pseudobulbs before a flower. But thank you, I'll take the credit. :-)

29 Oct, 2009



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