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.....and two smashing dendobiums at that too Kenneth.
I thought it would have been the vandaceous family, but it's taken me a long while to realise that the Dendrobiums are one of my favourite orchid species.

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In mainland China Cymbidiums, and Dendrobium's are the most common orchids, and they do have many Dendrobium species.

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I do like that deep orange colour of the chrysotoxum.

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I do like that deep orange colour of the chrysotoxum.



You should see it when the morning sun shines behind it.

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Two lovely species I think I might have killed my amabilis lol great work as they are both stunning species.



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Two lovely species I think I might have killed my amabilis lol great work as they are both stunning species.



Hopefully your amabilis will recover.

I had to pollenate these two in hope of obtaining seeds.

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Nice good look withhope you get good germination also



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Nice good look withhope you get good germination also



That's the key word viable seeds. There are no guarantees.

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