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Dend. sulcatum

This is a discussion on Dend. sulcatum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; sweet like honey...

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    sweet like honey

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    Will they open more than on the picture or are dends usually like this?
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    All Dends are different on the degree they open. This one didn't open more than the top right flower. Some Dends stay open for long periods. This one blooms lasted just over a week. I have one that the blooms are opened only for one day but so far it has bloomed 2X this summer and it is just covered with flowers when it blooms.

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    I just bought one recently and it's a blooming size DEN. SULCATUM plant. Any suggestion so it can bloom next year? By the way your orchid plant is fantastic with happy yellow color.

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    A slight lessening of water but no real rest. I grow it in intermediate temps. I believe it comes from the lowlands so cool temps might be your problem.


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    May i ask you how you grow griffithianum? I have one, it bloomed last year and it stalled. no new growths. it's just declining slowly. Is this a plant for cool temperatures?

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