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Podangis dactyloceras with translucent white flowers

This is a discussion on Podangis dactyloceras with translucent white flowers within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is an African species with fan shaped growth habit and translucent white flowers. I ...

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    Default Podangis dactyloceras with translucent white flowers

    This is an African species with fan shaped growth habit and translucent white flowers. I grow it in medium light intermediate temps. It needs to dry between watering. I have it stick mounted.
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    Very nice! Can you take a closer picture of the flower? Congratulations! Great job growing and blooming it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by margo View Post
    Very nice! Can you take a closer picture of the flower? Congratulations! Great job growing and blooming it!
    Margo I tried but I don't have a D-SLR. This is the best I got...not very good
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    yet another interesting white bloom, soooo fragile looking.

    good job ron!

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    Those blooms are really thin. Do they last very long?

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    very fragile looking! Like glass! Nice...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Those blooms are really thin. Do they last very long?

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    They last 3-4 weeks

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