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Dendrobium sanderae var parviflorum

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    Default Dendrobium sanderae var parviflorum




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    That is interesting. I like the green and purple stripes.

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    I like this one very much. The shape is wonderful.

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    The lip certainly makes the bloom very interesting.

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    Nelson, your photos are such an education, because they drive me back to my books to learn more about said plants. Both Cootes' and in this case, Lavarack/Harris/Stocker's Dend book. It's great to tie stories back to the plants.

    What are the p-bulbs like on your plant? A meter yard and pencil thin is what's described.

    Thanks for the fun and learning!

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    I agree that is a very nice lip there

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