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Dendrobs in bloom

This is a discussion on Dendrobs in bloom within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Beautiful dendrob species! The canes from this plant are fatter hence the blooms are more ...

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    Default Another dendrobium aphyllum

    Beautiful dendrob species! The canes from this plant are fatter hence the blooms are more spectacular!
    Cheers. Hoa.
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    I've never heard of Dend junceum... but if it is an ozzie and it reeks... well I guess I will have to find one

    beautiful Dends... I love these plants... I just find them a little hard to grow.

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    Hi Tim,
    Maybe you are right! I think the plant might have been mislabeled by the vendor! And it might not come from the land down under either! Sorry for that but this is still an amazing plant with amazing scent!
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Default Dendrobium farmeri

    Revenge of the Dends is coming although this guy is definitely a gentleman!

    Beautiful dendrobium species from Indo-Asia region. Not very easy to cultivate but I like this style of flowering! This clone that I have appears not to have the pink blush like others.

    Cheers. Hoa.

    PS. Hi Tim! Dendrobium species are challenging to grow. If you look into the levels of difficulty as organized by the AOS, dendrobs are among the most difficult while phalaenopsis are the easiest! But it's rewarding to try! Once you can bloom several dendrobium species, you are indeed THE MASTER! BTW, I have checked the tag of the dendrobium junceum and it is correct. So if there is any error in identifying the plant, it's the seller's fault!
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    Default Dendrobium x gracillimum (Dend. gracilicaule x Dend. speciosum)

    The Revenge of the Dends continues ...

    A natural hybrid between Den. gracilicaule and Den. speciosum (two beautiful Aussie dendrobium species in their own rights), this hardy plant is easy to cultivate and very prolific both in term of growing and flowering! Fragrant! I will repost another picture of this plant with all of its spikes!

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    Default Dendrobium gracilicaule

    Revenge of the Dends must go on ...

    Another hardy Aussie dendrobium species, this guy is great for any growing condition and it does not take up much space! Fragrant! Sorry for the not-so-sharp pictures. My camera has problem with focusing on small cuties!

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    Default Dendrobium Nagasaki

    One of my favorites! Charming nobile-type dendrobium. Its growth habit is a bit unruly but its blossoms have a very lovely and sweet fragrance!
    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Default Den Yukidaruma x Den Nagasaki

    Revenge of the Dends can not stop now ...

    A very prolific nobile dendrobium hybrid. Too bad that the fragrance from one of its parents did not come through.
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    A lovely nobile, Hoa!

    That could nearly turn a dend. dreader into a convert!

    Julie

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    thanks for the pics of the gracilicaule Hoa, I love how the petals look like they need a hug!

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