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Dendrobium Smilliea "Lea X Self"

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    Default Dendrobium Smilliea "Lea X Self"

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    Now THAT is a neat-looking orchid! It reminds me of some sort of fruit or berry that I'd want to pick and eat! Those buds are going to open more, though, right? Can you share a pic when it's fully open? I imagine it will be stunning!

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    looks like a bromeliad bloom, very striking

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    I will take pictures once all opens up,the canes are about 3ft. long and are not much of a looker until they bloom.

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    Thats nice looking, I have one but its no where near the size of your plant.

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    The image of the orchid is really nice. These orchids require a medium amount of light and warm temperatures. You should keep the plant moist and supply the fertilizer during the growth season. You should grow it in sphagnum moss or fir bark.

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