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These are so lovely Canh. Love all the cymbidium varieties. Nice pics as usual. Thanks for sharing .
Mouth-watering cymbidium sinense!!!! Wow never knew there were so many variants. Thanks for posting Canh. Superb pictures too.
I am rejoicing every single little flower, even if it is only one on my plant, but you there have like billions on each plant! Never ever I have seen such a richness! Those colors, that immense variety! And they look so " jucy" !
Thank you for sharing the Paradise with us!
This is WONDERFUL, Canh! I feel like I'm in the market place, walking around looking up at all the beautiful orchids! Thank you for these great pictures of your orchid friends & orchids...Betty
WOW, stunning photos!!!
Have you ever tried to take a bad photo? I dont believe you could! They are always beautiful! Love those cymbidium.
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These are really lovely - I can easily get hooked on them. I suppose they are variations of Cym cinense ? I have seen that growing in Thailand in similar conditions to Paph concolor and Doritis pulcherrima, so I suppose they need what we ( in a cold country - UK) would call intermediate ?
If anyone can comment on this - who perhaps grows them in a temperate zone place, I should be interested to hear.