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Dendrochilum filiforme

This is a discussion on Dendrochilum filiforme within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi, now to my favorites and latest love. This species appears also in bright yellow, ...

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    Default Dendrochilum filiforme

    Hi,

    now to my favorites and latest love. This species appears also in bright yellow, my flowers changed colors slightly into more yellowish after a couple of days.

    cheers!
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    that is wonderful, Ron. What a cool orchid. I liked it when I saw the green blooms, but when I saw the plant and the way the spikes bloom - well, it really is something!! Nice growing!!

    cheers,
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    Another great Dendrochilum species.

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    Thanks again!
    i also cant get enough of these...

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    There is enough green spiking off this orchid to make 'the little people' envious. Great Growing Ron. AL

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    Absolutely gorgeus. The green color is lovely and the picture is masterpiece

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    Absolutely beautiful, love the green color.

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    I love the flowers, especially when they're greener. Is that growing in a coconut shell?

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    Very nice one Ron. Great closeup shots.

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    Not generally a fan of green flowers myself, but I do like these a great deal. Excellant close-up, Ron! (Love the "pot" too. )




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