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Dendrobium anosmum

This is a discussion on Dendrobium anosmum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The lighter variant has blooms a bit bigger than the darker-hued variant....

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    Default Dendrobium anosmum


    The lighter variant has blooms a bit bigger than the darker-hued variant.



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    Man... I love how dark the fluffy lip on the top is... Amazing. Congratulations

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    Lovely photos Nelson!

    Is this their normal blooming season there? Ours is early spring here in the US. I'd think your's would have been some months ago in the Philippines. Or is your climate just so different?

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    I can barely remember the fragrance...

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    Lovely photos Nelson!

    Is this their normal blooming season there? Ours is early spring here in the US. I'd think your's would have been some months ago in the Philippines. Or is your climate just so different?

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    My impression is that it is the cooler and dryer weather that precipitates blooming. Hence in the Philippines they start blooming in December and extending until around March.

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    Cooler and dryer is the norm here too. Usually after a dry winter rest. Here they typically start in Feb.

    I love the lighter blooms! I love them both, but the lighter is my favorite!

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    Expect the Dendrobium anosmum will be blooming next month since almost all the leaves had already fall off the plant

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