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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; Dendrobium anosmum and Dendrobium aphyllum flowering season is almost the same here in the Philippines ...

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    Dendrobium anosmum and Dendrobium aphyllum flowering season is almost the same here in the Philippines

    Den. anosmum flowers early from as early as December in Northern Philippines to as late as late May in southern Philippines.

    while Dendrobium aphyllum uually flowers between March- May both plants need a rest period (do not water the plants until you can see flowers on its stem)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper
    I know there are subgenera of Dends, but I don't have any books that describe what they are, so I never know which Dends behave like which others. Would your aggregatum be considered similar in culture to pierardii or anosmum? And would they all be in the same sub-genera?[/SIZE][/FONT][/FONT]

    Julie

    D. aggregatum or synomously linked D. lindleyi is part of the section callista of Dendrobiums, D. anosmum is part of the section Dendrobium

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    Default Dendrobium primulinum var. assamicum

    Thanks you all for sharing your knowledge and thinking! It makes my postings more fun!

    My second primulinum plant has been in bloom for a while. This is my safety plant, big and mature!

    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Default Dendrobium victoria-reginae

    A cool growing species! Gorgeous color dendrobium species! This color is very rare for orchids, befitting the royal name!
    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Default Dendrobium fimbriatum var. oculatum

    Cheerful blooms! Just simply beautiful! Unfortunately, the fragrance is not too pleasing.
    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Default Dendrobium falcorostrum

    I have not come across an unpleasant smelling australian dendrobium until this one. Maybe this is a bad clone. It gives me a severe headache if I try to sniff the blooms! I guess I am shopping for another better plant!
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    Ok, dends are pretty, but the D. victoria-reginae is a must have addition! WOW!

    Cheers!
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    Dendrobium falcorostrum does have afragrance that is can be unpleasant to some.It is something that you can not get away from

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    Pretty stinkers, Hoa!

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    Default Dendrobium devonianum

    Gee, it has been ages since my last post in this thread. You guys must have thought that I all forgot about the Dends! I know many of us here are not so fond of these guys but they are great once you learn of their tricks ...

    First, thanks you all for the lovely comments!!! It was indeed a batch of pretty stinkers! Hehehhe! I have another falcorostrum plant with a much thinner canes. Maybe this one will perform better in the fragrance department!

    Dendrobium devonianum
    A new acquisition and it surprised me with a bloom. It looks so fragile yet so beautiful!

    Cheers. Hoa.
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