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Three missing ID's

This is a discussion on Three missing ID's within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hi, Can anyone ID these following, or are they bound to be tagged as NOID ...

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    Default Three missing ID's

    Hi,

    Can anyone ID these following, or are they bound to be tagged as NOID's?

    Cheers,

    Burak
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    No help other than the first two look alot like dendrobiums, wait until the experts get a look see, they'll let you know. But hey, wow, I can see why you couldn't resist they are knock out pretty.
    Connie

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    They're all beautiful.

    The first two are dend-phals. Heavy with the D. biggibum, D. phalaenopsis, etc. in the crosses. The last one is a gorgeous Zygopetalum!

    Nice!

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    Hey Clint,

    May I just ask... Does all dend phals considered NOIDs.

    What I'm trying to say is, "dend phal" is just a general term?

    Thanks.

    And btw, burak, lovely blooms. I also have the first two dends.

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    Yes. For me a dend-phal is a general term for the hard cane dendrobiums that bloom from the top of the cane. Most of these plants are hybridized with D. biggibum or D. phalaenopsis, and then some again can be crossed with the antelope dends.

    For me dend-phal is more of a cultural term. Like, "Take care of that one like a dend-phal." That means warm temps, 60-90 degrees ample water and fertilizer when growing. Then a slight drying out and lessening of fertilizer when the canes are mature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clintdawley View Post
    Yes. For me a dend-phal is a general term for the hard cane dendrobiums that bloom from the top of the cane. Most of these plants are hybridized with D. biggibum or D. phalaenopsis, and then some again can be crossed with the antelope dends.

    For me dend-phal is more of a cultural term. Like, "Take care of that one like a dend-phal." That means warm temps, 60-90 degrees ample water and fertilizer when growing. Then a slight drying out and lessening of fertilizer when the canes are mature.
    Thanks for the info...

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