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Default Dend. cuthbertsonii

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Another picture of the plant and lots more info here:
Orchids in Bloom: Dendrobium cuthbertsonii
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Thanks, Sonya.
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WOW! I love the color! ... and your semi-alba form is also stunning, one of the best i have seen.
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Thanks, Jouni. I'm in Portland, Oregon, right now for the AOS fall meetings and a local show and bought three more, a bicolor pink, a clear pink and a yellow (all cuthbertsonii).
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Thanks, Jouni. I'm in Portland, Oregon, right now for the AOS fall meetings and a local show and bought three more, a bicolor pink, a clear pink and a yellow (all cuthbertsonii).
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Don't get to meetings like this very often, but had the opportunity and took it.
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Beautiful ! Love the flower colour of this one and those leaves are very cool looking. Didn't know they existed in so many colours either.
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Thanks, Nenella. There's a lot of breeding going on to get new colors and color combinations.
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