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This is a discussion on My Dendrobium Kingianum within the Dendrobium Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; I'm so happy my Kingianum is in flower after all that has happen to him ...
I'm so happy my Kingianum is in flower after all that has happen to him since I got him a year ago Im a new grower this my second orchid to flower in my care my first one was a Sedirea japonica, First my Kingianum got hit by a Football clay pot broke, second time some weeks ago we had some strong winds fell to the floor out of the pot and stayed there all day in the sun until I got back he was full of flower spikes re-planted the poor thing then a a week after that an Hoya plant that was hanging on top fell directly on him breaking some keikis and flower spikes.
CUTE! Mine are about a month from flowering, but there are HUNDREDS of little spike-buds on the tips of the canes!
Just a lovely plant!
Wow, the orchid looks so healthy! I like the wood basket (pot holder) it is in too. Very nice!
Beautiful plant! And your story underscores how tough Den kingianum is! Good Growing.
Thank you for youre coments, Just about every Bulb had a flower spike if not for the little accidents its had, I brought it the house a few days ago and man what a wonderfull aroma it fills the entire livingroom en the mornings
That first picture of the salmon coloured kingianum ... I assume you had the light value setting on the wrong reading somewhere, the flowers are not really that colour, surely ?
Its a very old point and shoot camera, I take very few pictures This is a picture outside with an overcast day
Now that's a bit more believable !
What a tough orchid! Nice blooms!