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Just in time for christmas, Dendrobium anosmum

This is a discussion on Just in time for christmas, Dendrobium anosmum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is the second D. anosmum plant to bloom for this season. The flowers are ...

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    Default Just in time for christmas, Dendrobium anosmum

    This is the second D. anosmum plant to bloom for this season. The flowers are a bit lighter compared to the first.



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    Dear ntgerald,

    Very beautiful anosmum!!! Love the picotee edge as well. And you have amazing photographing skills! Share some of that with us too.

    Happy holidays.
    Regards. Hoa.

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    Gorgeous Nelson!! I must find a way to keep dends alive.

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    Thank you and merry Christmas, Hoa and Diane.
    But really, Diane, my impression is that Dends and Vandas are the easiest plants to care for. And then there is Aerides, of course.

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    love that intense color in the lip! nicely photographed too!

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