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Dendrobium Nobile (fragrant)

This is a discussion on Dendrobium Nobile (fragrant) within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I enjoyed Dendrobium Nobile because their colors beautiful, but unfortunately it is not suitable for ...

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    I enjoyed Dendrobium Nobile because their colors beautiful, but unfortunately it is not suitable for the climate where I

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    Feel fresh after looking the flower... thanks for sharing

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    Thank you all!! Well now that I know I can grow dendrobiums in Greece, I'm thinking of adding a few more to my collection. However it's difficult to find them here. Phals have taken over the tropic flower market and there's a surge of cheap NoID phals from european bulk growers to greek shops.They are everywhere! And planted in glass containers in moss...(grunt)
    I 've tried non-phals before...I have 4 neofinetias and hybrids but also a cymbidium and 2 oncidiums. It was a successful year although I spent the least time fussing about in the growing area. Maybe that's the key of successful growing, to just let them do their thing. I read that before in this forum, but I thought otherwise. Looks like it's true after all.

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