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Adgsm. Summit and NOID Den.

This is a discussion on Adgsm. Summit and NOID Den. within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; My wife loved the colors on this one. Adgsm. Summit NOID Den. This is the ...

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    Default Adgsm. Summit and NOID Den.

    My wife loved the colors on this one.

    Adgsm. Summit

    NOID Den. This is the first Den. I've seen in germany with this form. If anyone has any Ideas give a helping hand.

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    Well, I really really like the colors on the Adgsm. Summit. Nice fall colors. Know absolutely nothing about dends.

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    Yes, lovely colours.. on both actually...

    With the Dend, it looks like a cross between one of the spatulata section with the phalaenanthe... they are doing a bit of work on the spatulata because of the beautiful flowers of Dendrobium lasianthera.


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    Love them both! I really like the antelope type dendrobiums. I unfortunately killed my favorite one, and haven't ever seen one like it since. I couldn't tell you the name of yours, but the 'antelope' type, named for the twisted petals that resemble horns of an antelope, are in the section of dendrobiums named Spatulata. Some species in this section include D. discolor, D. taurinum, D. antennatum, and D. canaliculatum and I would suspect that taurinum went into your hybrid and since discolor is probably in the top two or three used for hybridization, it is probably in there too?

    I had to look up Adgsm. to see what went into it. Great hybrid!


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    VERY nice, I really like both.

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