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Dendrobium Orchid NOID & Tolumnia Orchid NOID

This is a discussion on Dendrobium Orchid NOID & Tolumnia Orchid NOID within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; Dendrobium is nice, Tolumnia is good............................but the Encyclia is upsidedown! Jose...

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    Dendrobium is nice, Tolumnia is good............................but the Encyclia is upsidedown!
    Jose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose R. Nieves View Post
    Dendrobium is nice, Tolumnia is good............................but the Encyclia is upsidedown!
    Jose
    Hah, sorry about that. I'm having trouble uploading the pics. It's taken from my iPad, had to download to laptop. Resized & got it right side up up and posted it like so. Looks ok but somehow, a few pics reverted back to being upside down .... I need to figure out how to share pics properly, & more efficiently. Will get there

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    Sure you will, we all went through that. Pic quality is good anyway.
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    Great orchid blooms. The tolumnia orchid is really nice!

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