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Aeredis odorata

This is a discussion on Aeredis odorata within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by catttan A very pretty Aer odorata. Thanks! Give us some time....

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    A very pretty Aer odorata.
    Thanks!
    Give us some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kspalding View Post
    The actual definition of odor just means to smell strongly of. We just break it down to fragrant to be more specific of good odor or bad.
    Exactly whatever you said is true so many thing related to orchids misnomer even latest nomenclature of hybrids and species

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    Quote Originally Posted by lijun View Post
    Thank you bang zain for encouragement, so far i dont see the difference, it seems alright and healthy. Maybe have to wait much longer. I also have a white d.purpureum. is that considered as alba too? Some say it is, some say its not. That one is strong plant. But i still like your d.parishii alba very much. Way better looking than the purple d.parishii. Havent got that.
    Also sorry bout the friend. meant to ask name of vendor in indonesia who cheated your friend so i dont buy from them, but since we can't mention here,... ....
    Yes that is an alba form d.purpureum as you said it's very tough plant I also got it the plant for the alba form may reach up to 2 meter depending where do you grow them give him some time then it will bloom for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nataliwind View Post
    Hi Zain,
    thank you for your nice reply. I miss Cathy a lot, too. I did not contact her over a year... I definitely should\want.
    I took a few pics of my plant today. It has 12 spikes, main plant and keikis.



    Aerides odorata alba
    Congrats Natali it will give you a wonderful moment once it's opened, 12 spikes is so many but I also got the same experience where the small keikies also producing spikes when the season come when in bloom I would suggest to bring the plant inside your room as so many insects really cant stand with this awesome color and smell so one by one will be pollinated by them and the flowers wither so fast.

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    For the alba form need to take care further in ICU give ample of diluted fertilizer usually will improve the next leaves character and I can see the healthy new root that will encourage further plant growing.

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    Bang zain,.. thank you for answering,.. the d.purpureum alba i have was about 2,5 meter when i bought it, but about 1,5 meter broke because the delivery guy folded the cane in 2 when he delivered to my house with motorcycle. Very sad, but i'm not complaining because the guy had his wife and kid on the motorcycle , plus orchids.. so i let it go. Later it will grow more i hope..

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    Bang zain,.. thank you for answering,.. the d.purpureum alba i have was about 2,5 meter when i bought it, but about 1,5 meter broke because the delivery guy folded the cane in 2 when he delivered to my house with motorcycle. Very sad, but i'm not complaining because the guy had his wife and kid on the motorcycle , plus orchids.. so i let it go. Later it will grow more i hope..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lijun View Post
    Bang zain,.. thank you for answering,.. the d.purpureum alba i have was about 2,5 meter when i bought it, but about 1,5 meter broke because the delivery guy folded the cane in 2 when he delivered to my house with motorcycle. Very sad, but i'm not complaining because the guy had his wife and kid on the motorcycle , plus orchids.. so i let it go. Later it will grow more i hope..

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    Bang zain,.. thank you for answering,.. the d.purpureum alba i have was about 2,5 meter when i bought it, but about 1,5 meter broke because the delivery guy folded the cane in 2 when he delivered to my house with motorcycle. Very sad, but i'm not complaining because the guy had his wife and kid on the motorcycle , plus orchids.. so i let it go. Later it will grow more i hope..
    Dont worry it will give you a better plant later most important take care from anything that can destroy him like insects and fungal.

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    Congrats Natali !!! That's going to be one awesome display.

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    I am sorry, I just noticed that I never posted pics of my Aerides.
    The pictures were taken between the 18th and 20st of June






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    Simply Wow!!. you are a magician. place should be filled with fragrance.

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    Initially I thought is alba further close up is ordinary form very pretty long spikes I bet if there is orchids competition I'm sure you are the winner dont detach the keikies unless you want to trade it, next season would be even better.Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksriramkumar View Post
    Simply Wow!!. you are a magician. place should be filled with fragrance.
    thank you!! It is a very easy species to grow, that's it!
    You are right about smell. It was very strong and delicious.
    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Initially I thought is alba further close up is ordinary form very pretty long spikes I bet if there is orchids competition I'm sure you are the winner dont detach the keikies unless you want to trade it, next season would be even better.Congrats.
    Thank you Zain!
    I don't want to remove the keikies because I like how they look! I will detach them only if I want to share with someone. I gave away very first keiki about three or four years ago.

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