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My Dendrobiums in Bloom (May and June 2012)

This is a discussion on My Dendrobiums in Bloom (May and June 2012) within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by King Kjeldz Pigeon...dove?? same thing i guess.... dont they last like only ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Kjeldz View Post
    Pigeon...dove?? same thing i guess.... dont they last like only one day??? dat frustrates me lol
    Yes King they do, only for a day, but they remain fragrant from day into night.

    Unlike my pteroceras unguiculatum (see my post and photos under Orchids of other Genera) whose flowers are fully open and scented only around three hours in the morning. Then the flowers begin to close and the scent begins to fade.

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    Love the white ones specifically but all of them are pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvensis View Post
    Love the white ones specifically but all of them are pretty!
    Thank you Arvensis. I posted three kinds of white dendrobiums, though only one is nearly pure white with just a hint of green near the lip or throat, and that one has no ID. All three love the tropical heat.

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