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Cadetia taylorii

This is a discussion on Cadetia taylorii within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; While the flowers and plant are small, this one packs a scent that is pleasant ...

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    Cool Cadetia taylorii

    While the flowers and plant are small, this one packs a scent that is pleasant and strong. It took awhile a couple years back for me to figure out that this was what was making my back porch have the most amazing scent. And in spite of the yellow leaves; this one is doing great. This is the first time it has dropped leaves since I got it.

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    ...the hairy backside and a bud. According to the experts, this plant is supposed to have one flower per leaf, but i'm getting two at a time on most of the pbulbs.

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    It is not Cadetia tailorii as I mentioned it to you before, and I am pretty sure this time by looking at those photos...It is Cadetia schuitemanii or you may call it Dendrobium schuitemanii(if you go by Kew) as it is the name they used to describe it few years ago(they lumped Cadetia into Dendrobium now)

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