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Dendrobium Carol Goo

This is a discussion on Dendrobium Carol Goo within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; By Jove Angela you've done it again! You have raised something great and wonderful. Love ...

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    By Jove Angela you've done it again! You have raised something great and wonderful. Love everything about these blooms. AL

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    Angela, You always have great dendrobes. This is very nice. Love the contrasting two-tone on this antelope.

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    It's a good sign normal for the hard cane dendrobium to produce spikes from the crown

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    That is beautiful! Would love to have one.

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    Stunning! I'd love to have one too. This is definitely going on my dend wish list. Thanks for posting!

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