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This is a discussion on Dendrobium Roy Tokunaga within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is new. Dendrobium Roy Tokunaga is a cross between 2 New Guinea, Latouria dendrobiums. ...
This is new. Dendrobium Roy Tokunaga is a cross between 2 New Guinea, Latouria dendrobiums. (Den. Johnsoniae x Den. Atroviolaceum) Both are evergreen and have very long lived flowers.
Very pretty, im not a big fan of hybrid dens but I'll make an exception for this one.
Connie I like the color, pure white with the purple spotted throat and a splash of yellow. Will the top sepal continue to open up, or is this the way the bloom will stay ? I can see why you wanted to pick up this beauty. Take Care,Rich
These flowers are completely open...sometimes the tip will curl a little, but this one has not.
I love this hybrid, the flower very huge and mimic like Den. Johnsoniae.
Any culture suggestions? I have mine in a plastic basket
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Nice Den-I love the Dens,hybrids and all-flowers last so long and easy to grow here in Philippines--grow like weeds.