Lilium poilanei

aaron floden via pbs
Sun, 05 Apr 2015 10:52:36 PDT
 The ones that have flowered are from Sapa in the limestone-marble area at 1600 meters. The others from 2400 meters in igneous rock have not. 

The scent does change throughout the day and sometimes it could be sickly sweet. Even so there were always undertones of other bad smells in it. 


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What elevation did you find this in Vietnam? I wonder about variation in
scent, or if we are talking about the same plant, since flowers on mine are
very sweetly fragrant (almost sickly sweet).
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