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Thread: Dendobium albosanguineum in bloom

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    Default Dendobium albosanguineum in bloom

    Dendrobium albosanguineum. Thanks to the random weather..just a single bloom
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    The weather is messing things up this year, hot for too long and a short winter. I am sure you are just as happy with one bloom, but lots more is always better, nicely done Sriram!

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    Had a very warm winter until the last few days -25C last night (-13F)

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    Absolutely Jack. Flower size in this sp is excellent almost 4 inches and certainly happy that it did bloom. Will give it better care and hope for the best in the coming years

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    The weather is messing things up this year, hot for too long and a short winter. I am sure you are just as happy with one bloom, but lots more is always better, nicely done Sriram!

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    Beautiful!!!

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