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Dendrobium chrysotoxum (lindl 1847) Kew

This is a discussion on Dendrobium chrysotoxum (lindl 1847) Kew within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by blrnut Yves, Amey, I think there are variations of Dend chrysotoxum. I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blrnut View Post
    Yves, Amey,

    I think there are variations of Dend chrysotoxum. I have both variations. One small and compact like the above one and the typical long caned chrysotoxum. The short one has not yet bloomed. just waiting for it to bloom. Not sure if it is going to bloom this year now since it should have typically bloomed in spring/early summer in India.

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    I agree that there are varieties of Den chrystoxum - I have 2 varieties ; the normal all yellow variety on very stout canes and the var suavissimum with dark chocolate centre on smaller, deeply grooved p-bulbs. Amey's looks like an in-between.

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    Looks great, especially for being just three years old. AL

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    Hello Mo,

    I use for all my orchids 2/3 medium bark + 1/3 cork bits,it give a well draining medium.

    Yves

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    Hello Mo,

    I use for all my orchids 2/3 medium(or smaller)bark + 1/3 cork bits,it is a well draining medium.

    Regards,
    Yves

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