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Den. Princess x unicum

This is a discussion on Den. Princess x unicum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Such a tiny plant for these types. Mature canes are about 7" tall and the ...

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    Default Den. Princess x unicum

    Such a tiny plant for these types. Mature canes are about 7" tall and the flowers are about 1" in diameter. No scent, but a prolific bloomer!




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    Beautiful yellow dend., nice growing.

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    Well bloomed, Clint!

    Cheers,
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    Nice job Clint. Love yellows.

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    Actually, it's more like an orange sherbet than a yellow. Picture was taken in natural light with no flash...hmm...

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    Nice, Clint! Seems I'm seeing a lot of these now. Must be the latest crossing craze.

    Does it need a cool/cold & dry winter rest?

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    Beautiful colour and plant. Way to grow.

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    nice bit o' sunshine!

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    Thanks. No rest needed..just a slight tapering off. The D. Princess parent is mostly D. moniliforme (I think). No chilling needed either..just a lot of light.

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    Nice, Clint! Seems I'm seeing a lot of these now. Must be the latest crossing craze.

    Does it need a cool/cold & dry winter rest?

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    It's a cuty Clint.

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