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Aerides quinquevulnera var flava

This is a discussion on Aerides quinquevulnera var flava within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Endemic to the Philippines. Light yellow base colour, instead of white....

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    Default Aerides quinquevulnera var flava

    Endemic to the Philippines. Light yellow base colour, instead of white.


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    Very interesting! Thanks for the introduction to the plant, I really like the form. Is the foliage in the background of the same plant? I'm usually as interested in the foliage style and habit as the flowers...
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    Default Yes, that is foliage from the plant.

    Until they bloom there is little difference between the morphology of Aerides quinquevulnera varieties.

    Classical yellow forms of Aerides odorata are usually smaller plants compared to quinquevulnera. Leeana or jarckiana may be of the same size, but the leaves are a bit shorter. Lawrenciae are the largest plants of the Philippine aerides.

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    Nice plants!
    Any invitation for us?

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    Default care of aerides lawrenciae

    How do i care for aerides lawrenciae? i just bought several aerides this week... Where do i put it in the shaded part near my orchids or near my vandas where it receives full sun.... Hope you can give advice....

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