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Dendrobium nobile var virginale (Lindley)

This is a discussion on Dendrobium nobile var virginale (Lindley) within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is one of the soft canes, grows warm, cool and intermediate. Height 8-24 in, ...

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    Wink Dendrobium nobile var virginale (Lindley)

    This is one of the soft canes, grows warm, cool and intermediate. Height 8-24 in, flowers2.8 in. It is easy to grow, when in a well draining medium,pot about 4.3in.
    But necessary to keep the plant dryish in winter, to ensure a good flowering in spring. Long lasting flowers, softly fragrant.

    Medium mix like always:1/3 cork bits,1/3 medium bark,1/3 little lava stones or perlite and a lot of draining holes in the pot (jare?)

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    Love these! Yours is lovely. Thanks for sharing.

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    Yves, cute dendrobium. Thanks for the information on how you grow it too.

    cheers,
    BD

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    how nice yves!
    i love the size of the blooms almost covering the whole plant.

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