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Dendrobium transparens

This is a discussion on Dendrobium transparens within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi Amey, you are right. The flowers started to droop. There are couple more flowers ...

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    Hi Amey, you are right. The flowers started to droop. There are couple more flowers still on it. So, effectively, they survived about a week at my place Too short for such beautiful flowers. Also, did you notice any fragrance on your transparens? On the net, they seem to suggest that they have fragrance, but I did not notice any fragrance on mine.

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    You're certainly correct, these are very beautiful.
    Great pictures, thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by satishsherikar View Post
    Hi Amey, you are right. The flowers started to droop. There are couple more flowers still on it. So, effectively, they survived about a week at my place Too short for such beautiful flowers. Also, did you notice any fragrance on your transparens? On the net, they seem to suggest that they have fragrance, but I did not notice any fragrance on mine.
    Nope no fragrance on mine as well. I am a bit confused though, as I had many fimbriatums blooming along with the transparens it might have overpowered the scent of transparens if any. And to be frank, I was very late noticing the blooms as I was out of station, when I came back the flowers already had started to droop, hence I was sad, I couldn't even take pictures.

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