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Dendrobium Aberrans

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    Dendrobium aberrans, generous miniature

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    Elio, this is a great looking Dendrobium, I like those big psedobulbs on this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDT View Post
    Elio, this is a great looking Dendrobium, I like those big psedobulbs on this!
    It is actually a small thumbnail, the pseudobulbs are only 2 0 3 cm high, is generous in bloom, but we must be attentive to the roots tend to rot if they get wet too.

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    Awesome Dendrobium!!! I am a big Dendrobium fan and seeing it for the first time. Thanks for sharing

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