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Dendrobium philippinensis

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    Default Dendrobium philippinensis

    Small flowers no smell love the green color.
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    The plant itself looks really different. It doesn't look like an orchid at all. But the flower is an orchid no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    The plant itself looks really different. It doesn't look like an orchid at all. But the flower is an orchid no doubt.
    That is the beauty of a Dendrobium species from your country.

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    Very interesting dendrobe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    That is the beauty of a Dendrobium species from your country.
    Thank you, Zainal. We are quite rich in phalaenopsis and dendrobium species, and especially the one and only Euanthe sanderiana. That is why, if you notice, I'm making an effort to raise as many native species as possible. It is not easy to chance upon one. It is purely luck if the occasional seller, usually natives of the hinterlands, happens to pass by. And thank you again for teaching me about the Luisia.

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    Nice little green blooms!

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    Thank you, Zainal. We are quite rich in phalaenopsis and dendrobium species, and especially the one and only Euanthe sanderiana. That is why, if you notice, I'm making an effort to raise as many native species as possible. It is not easy to chance upon one. It is purely luck if the occasional seller, usually natives of the hinterlands, happens to pass by. And thank you again for teaching me about the Luisia.
    It's my pleasure Angel go on for the orchids conservation later you may contribute their seeds pod for your country.

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