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Dendrobium nobile v.albiflorum

This is a discussion on Dendrobium nobile v.albiflorum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The buds started forming @ the end of August , nio cool down , no ...

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    Default Dendrobium nobile v.albiflorum

    The buds started forming @ the end of August , nio cool down , no holding back of water or fert(it,s in s/h)


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    Cool plant! Is that one flower per inflorescence with them coming out all over the canes? Do they bloom year after year from the same canes or only new ones?

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    They only bloom from recently matured canes(leaves mostly have fallen off) ,
    no flowers from old canes for me.There is 2 flowering canes & 2 flowers from each of the nodes.Note canes are nearly 3ft high & flowers are 2 1/2 to 3" across.

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    Default Great plant!

    Foer soem reason it reminds me of D. anosmum var huttonii.

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    Quite lovely!

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