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This is a discussion on Dendrobium lindleyi in bloom within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I bought this plant 3 years ago and this is its first flowering.I have 2 ...
I bought this plant 3 years ago and this is its first flowering.I have 2 other Den lindleyi both much bigger - one mounted on driftwood with about 12 mature p-bulbs and another in a basket, a big clump of 20 or so p-bulbs bought a year earlier than the one presently blooming. I have given up hope of ever blooming those two. The weather here just does not suit Den lindleyi. This one that is blooming was supposed to have been collected further south than the normal lindleyi, This variety has slimmer p-bulbs compared to the normal lindleyi which has stouter p-bulbs. There were only 2 spikes with 6 flowers each but the flowers on one has already faded.
Looks cute. Do you give them winter rest?. I have one but is not blooming this season.
Quite delicate looking!
I have a small lindleyi that has spiked for me... I've read conflicting information about the life of the blooms. They are such a happy color! Yours looks lovely.
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Wonderful, Yew-Sung! Such a beautiful golden yellow.
So beautiful congrats for able to bloom it, I gave up no luck on this wonderful pseudobulb.