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Aerides lawrenciae v Sanderiana

This is a discussion on Aerides lawrenciae v Sanderiana within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Just starting to open and looking good again this year....

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    Default Aerides lawrenciae v Sanderiana

    Just starting to open and looking good again this year.



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    That is beautiful, such lovely vibrant colours, well done on getting it to bloom again.

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    its beautiful, thanks for sharing it.

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    Have to agree. Beautiful indeed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglssong View Post
    Have to agree. Beautiful indeed!!
    You said it!!

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    One downer for the day, having had this plant for some years, buying it as Var. sanderiana and the species experts agreeing, its NOT, its just a Aer. lawrenciae. Had this confirmed by photo and info.

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    Default There is a hint of yellow in your background colouring.

    Maybe your culture conditions are not bringing it out more?
    I posted a sanderiana before, and didn't have the heart to tell you that, sooner...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntgerald View Post
    Maybe your culture conditions are not bringing it out more?
    I posted a sanderiana before, and didn't have the heart to tell you that, sooner...
    No worries, thanks for the thought. I may have seen your pics and not realised the difference. As I said, the seller and the experts here agreed with the name and when purchased, not a lot of pics ( true ones ) available to me as most looked exactly like mine. Now with these forums which I wasn't a member of till just recently I'm able to access good info & pics from the right growers like yourself

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