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This is a discussion on Dendrobium unicum (Seidenf.1970) within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Thes orange flowers are a feast for the eyes,with the light smell of mandarine. Grows ...
Thes orange flowers are a feast for the eyes,with the light smell of mandarine.
Grows best mounted and warm,but intermediate as well.
Mounted,misting every 2 days,ervery 2 weeks with fertilizer.
Resting period,when leaves are falling,keep it on the dry site.
I love the orange color on Dend unicum. I wish I had one of these. Look how big the blooms are on such a small plant.
one of my favourite Dendrobium.
What a lovely species. Wish I could have it one day...
At one time I got this species, bloomed once than never seen flower buds again, intermediate temp.Nice bloom Yves.
Nice blooms Yves. Just love that orange colour.