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Dendrobium antennatum

This is a discussion on Dendrobium antennatum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; As I know this is the only dendrobium that blooms for more than nine months ...

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    Default Dendrobium antennatum

    As I know this is the only dendrobium that blooms for more than nine months in a year.
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    beautiful. thanks for sharing. Mine is growing new shoots but has been very quiet this year.

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    Really???? I WANT ONE!!! OR TWO...HEHEHEHE

    I'LL blame you later...hahahaha

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    One of the prettiest antelope type dendrobiums . Yes it is very free blooming .

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    I agreed with you, very lasting ,nice smell and pretty.

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    Lovely!

    I have it on my wish list, but I can't buy everything all at once.

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    It's beautiful! I really want an antelope type dendrobium, but have always worried that they would suffer from our cooler weather. Do they absolutely need warmth year round?
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    Good question jason. From what I know, majority of dendrobiums in section spatulata are from PNG and west coast of Australia and they can tolerate a minimum upto 10 degrees Celsius and don't think they can handle frost.

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    Thank you everyone for viewing!
    It has spikes one after another. So you can see its flowers almost in all the time. The result is that you will have no surprise on its blooming!
    Yes it can not tolerate temperature less than 10 degree Celsius. Many guys here lost their plants in winter. I just kept it in my office in which was warm enough.

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    Beautiful dendrobium! It's very interesting that it blooms that long.

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