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Old 04-14-2017, 01:00 PM
Dog Glooay Mai Dog Glooay Mai is offline
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@Voyager...That's an interesting observation about getting things drier if you can't get it quite cold enough, I'll have to keep that in mind come next winter. I'll be able to accommodate the few callista types that I have by hanging them on a towel rack in my airconditioned bedroom at night come winter time and have to see if that works. There is something wrong with the airconditioner, it gets reeeeaaallly freaking cold in the room if it is even remotely cool outside, so seems like it should work.
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Gotta keep one thing in mind when trying to use drying out to offset not being cool enough. Don't dry them out so badly that you are actually doing them harm. It is a balancing act.

OK, got a few more Dendrobiums blooming.

A few weeks ago I posted a pic of a Nobile hybrid here:
A Few Orchids and a Couple non Orchids

I said that I had three plantings of it. The other two have bloomed.


I believe they are all The Yamamoto Den. Star Sapphire hybrid.
Then this one has also bloomed, Den. Yukidaruma King


Got a couple others in bloom also, but they're not Dendrobiums. I'll post those pics elsewhere.
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Old 04-17-2017, 12:22 PM
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Awesome!

Still waiting on what I am pretty sure are aphyllums, then I will post to the dendrobium board.
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... The D. pendulum and the D. loddigesii are now keiki-ing madly where blossoms should be forming. ...
My speaking too soon has paid off.
Walked by the D. loddigesii this morning and took a close look at it. I found 4 buds forming. Not much, but it is a start.
Beats the nothing so far I've been getting.
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