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 Post subject: Dinema polybulbon
PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2017 4:52 pm 
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Used to be Encyclia but now Dinema, free-flowering, small flowered but with a room filling scent.

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Always s good bloomer and seem to be very adaptable to temperature as well lovley plant


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 Post subject: Re: Dinema polybulbon
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Very nice.....looks like the Cattleya family's answer to Coelogyne fimbriata!

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 Post subject: Re: Dinema polybulbon
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You have certainly got that blooming and growing well Steve. A lovely looking plant.

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