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tis the season for Dendrobium goldschmidtianum

This is a discussion on tis the season for Dendrobium goldschmidtianum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Takes a bit to spell correctly, lol....

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    Default tis the season for Dendrobium goldschmidtianum

    Takes a bit to spell correctly, lol.



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    Beautiful!!! The color and the sparkle and the contrast between the blooms and the canes.
    Shalene

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    How splendid!

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    I love the way the buds look drooping from the cane in that second photo.

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    Another beauty... I may have to offer Nelson the chocolates if Piper beats me out on Hoa!

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    Looking at Nelsons beautiful plants , maybe we all should go to his house , with chocolates of course . The Dend. is awesome . Gin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gin
    Looking at Nelsons beautiful plants , maybe we all should go to his house , with chocolates of course . The Dend. is awesome . Gin
    Good idea! Perhaps you can also share some of your growing techniques !

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