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This is a discussion on another NOID within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Got this pretty at a yard sale this past weekend. Usually don't get NOIDS but ...
Got this pretty at a yard sale this past weekend. Usually don't get NOIDS but this one caught my eye. Love the colors.
i like it!
A yard sale?? Unbelievable. I need to start shopping in your neighborhood.
That's an antelope Dendrobium - a hybrid from the Spatulata section of the genus. Those big antelope 'ears' are the tell-tale characteristic.
They like high light, lots of fertilizer spring-fall while actively growing, to dry out between waterings, warm all year (55-60 nights, 65-90 days), and they have no winter rest period.
Hope that helps!
Thanks for the info, Mcj.
I would buy it too , very pretty . Gin
It is very beautiful.
Great find, Cin! Really pretty dend. Nice addition to your garden.
What a beauty!!! Those upturned petals are such a cute characteristic of this group of Dendrobiums!
I would not pass it up either! Very cute!