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Aerides odorata

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Nisanisa, Oct 8, 2021.

  1. Nisanisa

    Nisanisa Active Member

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    Blooms regularly once a year. This is the first inflorescence open this year. Some are still in buds. So, there are more to look forward
     

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    A very beautiful species
     
  3. Nisanisa

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    Thanks!
    And it's fragrant too
     
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    There are more flowers IMG_20211119_072035.jpg IMG_20211119_072048.jpg this year
     
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    Very nice.
    Aerides is a problematic genus because they are too large plants to have but with so beautiful flowers that I end up getting them anyway.
     
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    Marni Well-Known Member Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I buy them when they are small and then wonder what to do with them when they get big.
     
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    Mine is more than ten years now. The longest plant is around 1 meter now. The clump lives in a mango tree. Along with a big family of vanda tricolor.
     
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    They really need a spacious space to grow IMG_20211121_091640.jpg IMG_20211121_091600.jpg
     
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    While this species definitely is too big, maybe krabiensis will work for my space.
     
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    Is a krabiensis smaller?
     
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    Yes, krabiense is supposedly smaller.