Hippeastrum calyptratum (and cold weather)

Bill Richardson ixia@dcsi.net.au
Thu, 04 Jan 2018 19:27:11 PST
That is very true Arnold. I have blooms that have very distinctive but
subtle fragrances but often my wife can't get the scent at all.
Also, try whiffing it once to get the perfume/scent, then try again
immediately after. Often you won't get it second time round.
Bill Richardson,
Ixiaking,
Gippsland,
Australia

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Arnold Trachtenberg
Sent: Friday, 5 January 2018 1:50 PM
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Subject: Re: [pbs] Hippeastrum calyptratum (and cold weather)

Nikck:

Have someone else give it a sniff.

There's some serious individual variation in sense of smell.

My wife can barely smell the very fragrant Muscari macrocarpum which I find
wonderful.



 

 

Arnold Trachtenberg
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