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Dinema polybulbon

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by weeand, Feb 23, 2021.

  1. weeand

    weeand Well-Known Member

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    Just because i like it a lot. Love the striking white lip and the nice yellow sepals. Nice fragrans also. I keep it cool/intermediate under bright light.

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  2. KellyW

    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This was one of my first species and still a favorite. Love the fragrance.

    Mine grows intermediate-warm.
     
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    weeand Well-Known Member

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    It seems te be a adaptable species. :)
    Although it's blooming nicely I think a little more warmth will suit her. It's hardly growing now when the temps are down. But the flowers last longer (I think)
     
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    Roberta Active Member

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    Hmmm... a REALLY adaptable species. I grow it outside on my patio. Winter night temperatures are routinely in the low 40's F (4-6 deg C) and occasionally cooler, days in the mid to high 60's F (16-20 deg C) , sometimes cooler sometimes warmer. It grows well and blooms profusely. So it appears that warm, cool, "whatever" ... it doesn't particularly care.
     
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    I had it growing outdoors in Miami. Truly can take any conditions! Hahah. Maybe the perfect miniature orchid.
     
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