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Hi all,

I am new to this forum. Please find a Dendrobium species from Vietnam. D. falconeri.

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falconeri really is a beauty you have just reminded me i have to get one :lol:

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I bought one this spring. Now that the nights are getting cooler I don't know if I should put it inside or still wait?

I know it needs rest. Can anyone tell me how cold it needs to flower?

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@orchidgenera : It is really interesting to keep this species and the flower is beautiful. Good luck!

@Tamara: I got a notice they do not like direct sun and like moisture. The temperature is around 15-22C.


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More Den. blooming:

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Dendrobium infundibulum

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Dendrobium strongylanthum

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Dendrobium intricatum


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Love these Dendros. :D

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Love your falconeri, Annamy. It looks like a well established plant, have you had it a long time? Is it growing outdoors or did you just take it outside to take the photo?


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Fantastic Dendrobs - keep them coming!

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@Justin: I have had it for more than 01 year. Just leave it out-door under shade.

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Dendrobium komtumense


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This is brilliant Annamy. I too have a falconeri but it's a much smaller plant than that. Mine seems to be very prone to spider mite, but I suppose that goes without saying for most soft leaved dens. Can't wait for mine to flower.

I love the other dens there as well. Very well done.


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@wahaj:

Just leave it out-door under shade and temp. 15-25C. It loves moisture.

Post here another Den.

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Dendrobium schildhaueri


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Thanks annamy. Leaving outdoor here is only really an option for half the year. Either way I can provide those sorts of temps in my flats. It seems to be producing a few keikis.

Another wonderful full den. I haven't seen most of these before! Brilliant pictures. Thanks.


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Dendrobium henryi


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Dendrobium gratiosissimum


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Dear all,

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Dendrobium moniliforme


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Lovely....annamy....Please send me one each of those plants!! ;) ;)

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Annamy! these are amazing. What's astonishing is that I've not heard of most of these dens before because they're not in regular circulation in the UK but an amazing group they are. I'm very surprised actually as I'm sure a lot of these would do well in cool greenhouse here and would quickly turn into large clumps.

Thanks for introducing me to a whole new world of dendrobiums. Thanks to you I've ordered quiet a few recently and hopefully I'll be able to flower them as well one day.

Any more you got in flower you might want to share the pictures of? :)


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If anyone has one of these to sell or swop then please pm me :D

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