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Dendrobium cruentum

This is a discussion on Dendrobium cruentum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I don't know about Den cruentum, but Den suzukii seem like cool air. In VietNam, ...

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    I don't know about Den cruentum, but Den suzukii seem like cool air. In VietNam, Den suzukii live and blooom in DaLat, but at other place are very difficult to grow them.

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    Truong, thank you for the growing tip for the suzukii.

    Edit: about the cool air, how cool are you talking about here? Have you seen a Den. suzukii growing in its wild habitat?

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    I know: Dalat has a cool air everytime, about 13-23 oC, so some orchid can't grow or bloom, but some very nice, for example: miltonia...
    I've never seen Den suzukii in it's wild habitat, but my friend - Mr huuminh live in DonDuong - some time show us some pictures of Den suzukii are blooming, he said that: " Thanh hạc (Den suzukii) live almost in Tam Bo - DiLinh, the first, aboriginal meet in Tam Bo Di Linh, they peel from tree "Giẻ" (I don't know latinh name), live in sparse forest.... dispose in hight level about 800-900m from sea...
    Grow in our garden let them damp but put them in cool place.
    sorry obout my Engs

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    Thank you for those helpful information and photo, Truong. I have a seedling of Den. suzukii and I am hoping It will bloom in two years from now.

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    Hello Tom

    wonderful cruentum

    What would you say to this bloom ?

    cruentum or not ?

    The picture is from May , I havn´t a better photo.
    But I can take a shot from the habit
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    Andrea, the flowers of yours don't look like they are fully open yet, but it does look like cruentum. How big is the plant and flower?
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