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Any Dockrillia experts out there? I have to admit I haven't spent any time researching this yet so just wanted to throw it out there.
This is the first bloom on this young plant. It is labeled Dendrobium striolata alba 'Corn'. It doesn't look alba to me so I'm assuming the...
At the beginning it was grown in warm orchidarium on classical (wood) mount. Now it is at the intermediate to warm area of GH receiving bright...
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It need better mount but somehow it manage to flower for me a first time after 3 years with me.
EDIT: 3/9/2014 I now believe this to be Dendrobium calamiforme and I have changed the thread title accordingly.
After reviewing Marni's post...
I can't take full credit for the blooming because I bought this at POE recently. I'm growing it in Cattleya light, intermediate temps. I'm...
from Australia - very easy grower, readily blooms. Nice fragrance. Fun!
I/W grower. It looks like slight reduction of watering could initiate blooming.
Anybody willing to part with a small piece of this? I'm happy to pay $ or trade something. Thanks! :D
Dockrillia fuliginosa is a species closely related to Dendrobium, native to Papua New Guinea. The sympodial growths grow pendantly and are spaced...
This is a first blooming of Dockrillia bowmanii. The flowers are pretty small at about 1/2" across. I love the green color with the ivory lip!...
formerly Dendrobium rigidum. I mounted a piece of mine, on cork and placed in high light. I now find that this piece blooms on and off all year...
Australian species. Cool winter, warm summer.
This is a very compact clone. I grow it cold in the winter and warm in the summer.
I started another thread about rooting this species, so thought I would post images as well. This is the blooming in 2004. It was difficult to...
Does anyone have any suggestion for getting divisions of this to root. I have a big plant of this cascading species that never puts out roots on...
Got this one in a trade last winter. First blooming for me. Small blooms about 1cm across.
Hope you enjoy.
Happy New Year.
Thanks Ron, found mine in bloom also.