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Dendrobium anosmum season

This is a discussion on Dendrobium anosmum season within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; wow, that is amazing! i'm beginning to look into dendros to get. mostly due to ...

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    wow, that is amazing! i'm beginning to look into dendros to get. mostly due to their scents being amazing. i bloomed a kingianum, does your orchid like similar culture? morning sun, cool and dry winter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phimax View Post
    Hudge and beautiful plant gorgeous flowers. Mine is stil very small but has grown well this year in the greenhouse.
    These do not need a cold period do they?

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    Den anosmum is very adaptable - In SE Asia it is found from northern Thailand with a distinct cool dry season of around 4 months in 'winter' to the hot, wet, equatorial climate of Malaysia with no dry season. It is interesting to note that anosmum blooms very well in both Malacca (Zain's home state) and Kedah (my home state), the 2 states in Peninsular Malaysia which have a short dry season of 2-3 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cjcorner View Post
    You have inspired me...the semi alba needs to come grow on my bamboo! lol When they are in bloom in the spring I will make a trek to our local nursery and find a couple lovelies to attach to the large oak tree out front. I'm thinking the semi alba looks so good I can almost detect the fragrance from here!
    Thanks Connie I wish you will get semialba as here in Malaysia can find easily especially in a big nursery I wondering if they blooms in large oak tree wow the view is awesome and many insects will come and visit them continuously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Kjeldz View Post
    Already? Wow...ours start about january or february on this side of the world...I have Nestor alba which covers the entire leafless cane...I find the anosmum albas are shy in that respect...very nice though...and hav a new splash petal anosmum from Carter and Holmes...out if this world.. Will post pics wen it blooms next year
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    Looking forward your post King Kjeldz and I agree with you too anosmum albas not only shy but stingy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coeruleo View Post
    wow, that is amazing! i'm beginning to look into dendros to get. mostly due to their scents being amazing. i bloomed a kingianum, does your orchid like similar culture? morning sun, cool and dry winter?
    Great coeruleo like you I love the scented Dendrobium the smell is awesome and most of them so different from each other, talking about light they do love morning sun till late noon however if I compared those having few season cool and dry the number of flowers even better like stateless (ed) posted a couple of month ago again you will experience the same thing if you have this plant in your garden. In the wild when I saw anosmum pink though the pseudobulb about 3 feet the flower count very little base on my observation over the old pseudobulb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Den anosmum is very adaptable - In SE Asia it is found from northern Thailand with a distinct cool dry season of around 4 months in 'winter' to the hot, wet, equatorial climate of Malaysia with no dry season. It is interesting to note that anosmum blooms very well in both Malacca (Zain's home state) and Kedah (my home state), the 2 states in Peninsular Malaysia which have a short dry season of 2-3 months.
    Thanks Cattan for answering Jan question .

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    Great blooms!! I hope ours blooms soon. Your orchids are both so beautiful.

    cheers,
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    Lovely, great growing too.

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