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Help with ID (the the tiniest of brags)

This is a discussion on Help with ID (the the tiniest of brags) within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; The last bud finally opened so this is it now...

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    The last bud finally opened so this is it now


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    That's a gorgeous colour Elena, you must be really happy with your dend.

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    He he, if you think the colour is gorgeous then you really should smell it. I still can't get over how fragrant is it for such a small plant with only a handful of flowers.

    It has two keikies growing too so I'm looking forward to looking after the babies

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    Absolutely beautiful flowers, next time please include scent with the picture. Now that you're godmother to a couple of keikis, you'll get to raise them to flowering size and then your whole house will be perfumed.

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    Selfish selfish woman! Hoarding your plants like that! It will be great for you to watch them grow, and see how long they take to get to flowering size

    I know I will be really excited if ever I get a keiki. I still can't believe my mum got one on a plant she almost killed.

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    Thank you guys!

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    I still can't believe my mum got one on a plant she almost killed.
    He he that was probably that plant's desperate attempt to leave something behind as it was preparing for its imminent death Perhaps you can look after that keiki when it's ready to be separated!

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    We shall see. if she lets me get my hands on it. It's quite a nice lemon yellow but more like the big fat white ones in shape, than the smaller yellows that have quite waxy petals that I normally see.

    She is very partial to her yellow ones, I might not be able to get my hands on it!

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    Congrats, Elena - lovely blooms!

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    It is no Dendrobium kingianum.Flowers may look similar but psudobulbs look way too big and plump.very nice flower though.
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