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Dendrobium junceum

This is a discussion on Dendrobium junceum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Endemic to the Philippines....

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    Default Dendrobium junceum



    Endemic to the Philippines.

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    Awesome. Green flowers get me every time! I know I keep saying this about your stuff, but your pics are great.

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    Your pictures are great. Nice blooms!

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    So this is the Dendrobium with the terete leaves, right? I'm glad I didn't ask the neighbour for a division of her plant . Awesome pics as always.

    I've seen some terete leaved Dendrobium at the flower show last December. The cane are very slender and long, and equally thin terete leaves. They really look like miniature bamboo, the flowers are yellow. Any idea what they are? Tag were in Chinese.

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    Oh it's precious, I love it!

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    Beautiful.

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