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Flickingeria and Dendrochilum

This is a discussion on Flickingeria and Dendrochilum within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This clump of Flickingeria has a couple of Dendrochilum on it as well. Both and ...

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    Default Flickingeria and Dendrochilum

    This clump of Flickingeria has a couple of Dendrochilum on it as well. Both and in bloom, but the Dendrochilum has not yet opened fully. The Flickingeria has flowers about a cm. across, and they wilt in a few hours. The mount is under almost full sun.


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    Gorgeous photography as always!
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Stunning photography! Is the Dendrochilum going to remain green? I believe I have seen one similar that was orange. I may be mixing it up with something else. I look forward to a photo of it when it opens!!

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    Great shots.
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    Very nice!!!!! Great photos!

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    What a cool combo, Nelson! Did it come like that, or did you...whatever one would do to interleave them (so to speak)?

    Julie

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