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Dendrobium Sonia "Earsakul"

This is a discussion on Dendrobium Sonia "Earsakul" within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Here are the pictures of my Den. Sonia "earsakul". Actually about 2 years back I ...

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    Default Dendrobium Sonia "Earsakul"

    Here are the pictures of my Den. Sonia "earsakul". Actually about 2 years back I had much larger blooms from this guy about 3 feet long and lasting around 3.5 months, but I realized that I didn't have any pictures. Now after 2 years it is back under my care, I hope it blooms similarly on the next growth.
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    Very pretty dendrobium...check out that fabulous spike!!

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    Love the color and form. I have one similar in color that is in spike but is not nearly as big as yours. Great growing!

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    This is so lovely! Such cheerful colors and shape of flower.

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    im also impressed by that spike and how the buds form up, cool!

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    SO beautiful, Amey. Very well bloomed.

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    Thanks everyone for the compliments, and thanks to you Bruce for putting it up on FB. Firstly I was reluctant to post this Den. as it is very common and I am a Cattleya man hehe, but my orchid Photographer/sister persuaded me to post it and it seems many people like this Den. Actually it is photogenic and looks good with the background an all. Back in the green house, I wouldn't have even looked at it a second time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halloamey View Post
    Back in the green house, I wouldn't have even looked at it a second time.
    Well, it just looks great in these photos. It almost appears luminescent. Nicely done.

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