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Dendrobium fimbriatum var oculatum

This is a discussion on Dendrobium fimbriatum var oculatum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Thats a Giant Geoff ! Very well grown, is it also in S/H...

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    Thats a Giant Geoff ! Very well grown, is it also in S/H

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halloamey View Post
    Thats a Giant Geoff ! Very well grown, is it also in S/H
    No - not in S/H.
    A few years ago I got the culture totally wrong,. and ended up with masses of keikis. So tried several different systems with them, putting half a dozen in each pot. The best results were in sphagnum moss. Those plants - several of them, each with a dozen canes up to 18 inch or more, have not yet flowered, and since this partcular clone seems to like to make tall canes, I have not given them any rest, so far. But btw the ones I tried in S/H did not do very well at all...

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    Very nice blooms Geoff and very well-grown plants as well.

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