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Dendrobium spectabile

This is a discussion on Dendrobium spectabile within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by cdayinflorida I'm going Nat. Great! I will PM you....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdayinflorida View Post
    I'm going Nat.
    Great! I will PM you.

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    Fantastic!!! Adding this one to my wishlist right now!
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    I bought this den as a large seedling a couple years ago and it has just started it's first spike. I so can't wait to see the blooms! What was the time frame between spike initiation and blooming?
    The time frame was 6 weeks for first blooming (August-September) and almost two months this time (Jan-Feb)

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    Such a cool bloom! I bought a NBS a couple years ago and it just started to initiate a spike. How long between spike initiation and blooming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladylaelia View Post
    Such a cool bloom! I bought a NBS a couple years ago and it just started to initiate a spike. How long between spike initiation and blooming?
    Thank you!
    I have just answered the question. It was 6 weeks for 1st blooming and two months for 2nd blooming (now).

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