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Dedrobium Hibiki

This is a discussion on Dedrobium Hibiki within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Perfect! Thank you Sriram! Originally Posted by ksriramkumar Yes. You should be able to see ...

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    Perfect! Thank you Sriram!

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    Yes. You should be able to see the new roots growing just at the end of the cane. Smaller the pot (just enough to hold the root mass) would be better

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    Splendid specimen and well cultivated.

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    Thank you Elio. I can't take any credit for the blooming - I purchased it that way. I hope to do it justice and keep it nice and healthy!

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    Splendid specimen and well cultivated.

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    One thing this is very lasting flowers up to 5 months in optimum condition nice one Sheryl.

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    I had mentioned to Sriram that I was hoping for a dark purple flower. When I first got this plant, the flowers were a little more pink but the color has been developing into a darker purple. Very happy with this orchid! And thank you again Jack for recommending the vendor.Name:  image.jpeg
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    You are very welcome Sheryl! You are going to really like how long these blooms last, my very last flower dropped off overnight, that makes it more then 3 months since mine first started to open!

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    Beautifully bloomed. I concur with Jack. Blooms last for many months.

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