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Euanthe sanderiana season

This is a discussion on Euanthe sanderiana season within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; My favorite Philippine orchid species....

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    My favorite Philippine orchid species.

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    Excellent Sanderianas Juzzel and Jojo, I lost mine during the harsh summer 2yrs ago, but I was able to save a keiki from it but it hasnt shown any movement since, not even a new leaf.
    When I was at Bukidnon a month ago I was given a seedling from a nursery in Davao but its still years before i'll see that one bloom.

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    is it true that the leaves should be stiff and upright growth and roots thicker..means it could be considered as a tetraploid? and to distinguish an alba the green one u just need to check the roots of the vanda... should be green and no hint or trace of color... and is it true that the real constance var.. is already dead and the ones in the market are just their siblings, meaning from seed pod.... but never the original one that won... constance ws from hawaii the owner died it was handed down to his son... but oh well ill keep it to myself... he killed it! lol... or he didnt take care of it properly!

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