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PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2016 10:12 am 
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Some of our growth vessels.

Dendrobium hancockii sown on 1/2 strength MS vitro.
Distribution forest trees in Yunnan, China at elevations of 200 to 1500 meters. A spring bloomer, one to two flowers 4cm wide with a honey scent.

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Gongora scaphephorus sown on banana and potato vitro.
Distribution found in montane forest at elevations 550 to 1200 meters, of Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. A fall bloomer with thirty to thirty five 5.5cm wide fragrant flowers.

We have seed swelling so should not be long before we see green.

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Looking good I never got very involved in seed I use to, do the pollination in Singapore but left it to the labs girls to sow.
But they are looking good.



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Looking good I never got very involved in seed I use to, do the pollination in Singapore but left it to the labs girls to sow.
But they are looking good.


If I am not in the field or green house you can find me in the lab. I am excited about the Gongora scaphephorus.

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Yes the gongora is a very nice species and quite spectacular compared to the others.



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