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Default Dendrobium loddigesii

This one is asking for a new ceramic pot


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Your plant is very beautiful. I can imagine what it will be like next year when all of the keikis that are starting now will be in bloom.

Our plants don't bloom her is the US until spring.
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looks like its growing wild!!!
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Your plant is very beautiful. I can imagine what it will be like next year when all of the keikis that are starting now will be in bloom.

Our plants don't bloom her is the US until spring.
Yeah, I will put it in a bigger pot... I think I'll get more flowers.

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Nice! I love how compact this species is, but it sure is hard to contain!
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I like it quite wild. I grow mine mounted, so I don't knock off the keikis. It didn't bloom this spring, but for some mysterious reason, most of my spring bloomers are spiking now. Please send some good vibes this direction. Maybe my loddigesii will get the message.
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Nice! I love how compact this species is, but it sure is hard to contain!
You are right. It's a quite hard to contain.

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I like it quite wild. I grow mine mounted, so I don't knock off the keikis. It didn't bloom this spring, but for some mysterious reason, most of my spring bloomers are spiking now. Please send some good vibes this direction. Maybe my loddigesii will get the message.
Don't worry, I will
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