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Trichoglottis brachiata (philippinense) and two noid Dendrobiums

This is a discussion on Trichoglottis brachiata (philippinense) and two noid Dendrobiums within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; My Trichoglottis only gave me one flower this time, hopefully it does better next time. ...

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    Cool Trichoglottis brachiata (philippinense) and two noid Dendrobiums

    My Trichoglottis only gave me one flower this time, hopefully it does better next time. The dendrobiums are spiking and one of the recently repotted dendrobiums has spiked out very nicely. It is very photogenic and i'm surely going to take a ton of pictures of it. Also, i've included the first white flower to show on a baby dendrobium's first spike. I love the tinge of pink. I'll repost the dendrobiums when they are fully bloomed.

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    that trichoglottis is very nice, ive always adored these at shows...awesome!

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    nice photos and plants, my trichoglottis has yet to bloom for me, one of my favorites

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    Beautiful dark color on the trichoglottis...and that fuzzy lip! Is it a small flower?
    PS... The dendrobiums are gorgeous. ID or not!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cakedaddy View Post
    Beautiful dark color on the trichoglottis...and that fuzzy lip! Is it a small flower?
    PS... The dendrobiums are gorgeous. ID or not!
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    It is the size of a small phal flower...maybe 2 1/2-3 inches. And thank you, I love the dendrobiums too.

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    Oh! That's larger than I would have guessed. I know next to nothing about the vandacious orchids. I have only one monopodial. A lowly little supermarket phal. It's cute though even though it's challenged by having to live with me!
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    LOVE Love LOVE the Trichoglottis brachiata !!

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    Connie that is beautiful !!! It is atleast flowering for you ! the one I got last April has grown like crazy but no flowers. I need to have some serious talk with it

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    Loely show by your orchids, Connie. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halloamey View Post
    Connie that is beautiful !!! It is atleast flowering for you ! the one I got last April has grown like crazy but no flowers. I need to have some serious talk with it
    I moved mine so it gets a ton of afternoon sun, it sits behind a big schomb. The new roots started after I began adding the honey to my fertilizer water. I have a couple vandas that haven't bloomed since I bought them several years ago and even that one has a spike right now. I may keep up the honey during the summer. It has a few of the plants looking 100% better. Especially the vanda section...

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