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Dendrobium peguanum from Ratchapruek Gardens

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    Default Dendrobium peguanum from Ratchapruek Gardens

    This is a mini.


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    Not mini on the blooms though! Cool dendro.

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    She is happy and showing it! Lovely!

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    Thanks for sharing this pictures with us!

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    Certainly not a miniature diameter on those pbulbs either!

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    Amazing the variety you find in dendros Nelson!

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    Excellent blooms.

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