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Dimerandra stenopetala & Blc Keowee 'Medenhall' AM/AOS

This is a discussion on Dimerandra stenopetala & Blc Keowee 'Medenhall' AM/AOS within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; a nice little local species found everywhere on electricity wires and wooden lamposts and garden ...

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    Default Dimerandra stenopetala & Blc Keowee 'Medenhall' AM/AOS

    a nice little local species found everywhere on electricity wires and wooden lamposts and garden trees flowers flat and crystalline
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    Grew this in too much shade..only one flower and soft new pb...have to harden it up a bit
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    Wow that is very pretty King I love to have one in my collection nice your native orchids, do you have close up photo, any smell and how long that it may last?

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    Both are great. I love the color on that first one.

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    both nice , love the native orchid

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    Wonderful!!

    cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Wow that is very pretty King I love to have one in my collection nice your native orchids, do you have close up photo, any smell and how long that it may last?
    the Blc has a nice but faint smell...hope this bloom lasts a lil longer than 2 weeks with the less than ideal light it was grown in ....close up pic blurry but u did ask....any clearing of land to build houses i guarantee an Oncidium luridum and a Dimerandra is to be found on the trees felled....weedlike almost....... i tired rescue them
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    Quote Originally Posted by King Kjeldz View Post
    the Blc has a nice but faint smell...hope this bloom lasts a lil longer than 2 weeks with the less than ideal light it was grown in ....close up pic blurry but u did ask....any clearing of land to build houses i guarantee an Oncidium luridum and a Dimerandra is to be found on the trees felled....weedlike almost....... i tired rescue them
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    Thanks King for close up, you done a good job well done that a problem when it's native to your place in my place Dendrobium crumenatum can be found any where on the big tree.

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