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Dendrobium teretifolium insitu

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Harvey south florida z10b, Apr 17, 2019.

  1. Harvey south florida z10b

    Harvey south florida z10b Active Member

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    Happy life on an avocado tree. fragrant too.
     
  2. Foozil

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    Nice specimen. I believe your plant is Dendrobium/Dockrillia calamiforme (D. teretifolium var. fasciculatum)
     
  3. Harvey south florida z10b

    Harvey south florida z10b Active Member

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    A couple of years ago I had the tag Dockrillia. Then I was told it has changed back to D. teret. So I think I am confused. Regardless I like this plant. And it appears to like the local culture.
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    This one is a captured plant vs. insitu...
     
  4. RustyExotics

    RustyExotics Nicholas - It's a terrestrial thing

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    Good lord, that is covered in flowers!
     
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    I wish to have space for one!
    Are the flower long-lasting? :) They should be fragrant, isn't it?
     
  6. Harvey south florida z10b

    Harvey south florida z10b Active Member

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    The flower lasts for a couple of weeks. Yes. fragrant.
     
  7. DanaRaluca

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    Thank you. Your plants look very happy.
    (I was so impressed by the white cloud of flowers, that I've noticed only now you've already mentioned they are fragrant in your first post :p )