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PostPosted: Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:17 am 
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My wife surprise me with a new Dendrobium, she bought it across the street at a local flower market, so it's D. NOID for now.

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Not bad for 30 RMB, they wanted 70 RMB so she negotiated them down.

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Your wife can come and surprise me any time she wants to!

Looks like a lot of Kingianum in there so probably scented?... but with very unusual and attractive markings if a Kingianum hybrid because most of those I've seen are various shades of a uniform purple.

Very nice....

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Your wife can come and surprise me any time she wants to!

Looks like a lot of Kingianum in there so probably scented?... but with very unusual and attractive markings if a Kingianum hybrid because most of those I've seen are various shades of a uniform purple.

Very nice....

Steve


At first Kingianum came to mind but, but haven't convinced myself yet that it is a form of it. The scent is a sweet jasmine to me.

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