Friday, October 31, 2014

bolero in the fall

After waiting about a month for the s-l-o-w-l-y developing buds to open, the first of the fall flush opens. Plants are compact, with glossy foliage (no signs of disease whatsoever), and the scent is fantastic and strong. Others have described it a like a waterlily, but today it smells like Heritage, with that aspect of lemon. The cuttings in the greenhouse are growing and budding as well. No sign of disease despite being misted twice a day.

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