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Dendrobium densiflorum

This is a discussion on Dendrobium densiflorum within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; As allways, time will have the last word. You'll be all informed about what it ...

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    As allways, time will have the last word. You'll be all informed about what it turned out to be.

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    **Moved to the "Not in Bloom" section of the forum.

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    I have seen many Den. densiflorium--my orchid society friend brought his to our society meeting back in May, it was mounted, and had many flowers that were hanging down in this huge cascade of bright yellow flowers. His plant looked like Mietek's plant. I hope you can give us an update when your plant gets bigger and goes into bloom. It would be a great surprise!

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    I'll sure keep updating this post when there are changes. I know it's hard to see in the pictures, but if you feel the canes, they do not feel round. The youngest canes feel a bit 'angular' and the youngest sprout has two leaves insted of the only one the oldest canes have.

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    looks great whatever it is !!!

    Jan

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    Thank you Phimax.

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    Hi Jesus,

    D.densiflorum looks good and very nicely mounted. I see a cut soda bottle head hanging from the mounting. what role that has?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksriramkumar View Post
    Hi Jesus,

    D.densiflorum looks good and very nicely mounted. I see a cut soda bottle head hanging from the mounting. what role that has?.
    That's no cut soda bottle. That's a wasp trap hanging from a tree branch. It has nothing to do with the mount.
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