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Well My all time favourite Cymbidium has flowered, I use to have this hybrid years ago and looks like it had a nast bacterial infection so it went. I recently was lucky enough to get another division, and this time its off the awarded plant. I dose have a slight citrus scent to the flowers. It is on the small size to the mother plant, i put this down to it being a small division.

It has 5 leafless back bulbs and and two leafed bulbs with another, will need a pot on when it has finished as it is nearly out of the pot and bust the pots at the base.


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A beautiful individual flower and good presentation on the spike. I can't see the EYOF naming a plant Mount Mallis though are you sure it's not Mont Millais?

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A beautiful individual flower and good presentation on the spike. I can't see the EYOF naming a plant Mount Mallis though are you sure it's not Mont Millais?


Yes my apologies a wonderful type from me hahaha


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EYOF ??? sorry.
Ok got it- please disregard this post :doh:

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Amazing colour, ten out of ten for this one.

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