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Dendrobium noid

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    Default Dendrobium noid

    Name:  8421027333_aaeac2f66f.jpg
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Size:  88.7 KB Another dendrobium noid, love the ruffles on it.

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    very classic colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by 123orchids View Post
    Name:  8421027333_aaeac2f66f.jpg
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Size:  88.7 KB Another dendrobium noid, love the ruffles on it.
    Thanks for sharing the image of dendrobium. It as a splendid colour and it has a very common colour found in dendrobium orchids.

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    This is nobile hybrid soft cane dendrobium very difficult to get their ID so nice.

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    thank you, I just love this one.

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