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Dendrobium pugioniforme

Posted by charlesb (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 20, 13 at 18:13

A great species from Australia.Its growing in a slated wood basket with just a few pieces of orchid bark.It has about 50 baby lima bean size blooms all with a fantastic fragrance.
Hope you enjoy

Dendrobium pugioniforme


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RE: Dendrobium pugioniforme

  • Posted by arthurm Sydney, NSW AUST (My Page) on
    Wed, Mar 20, 13 at 19:37

Charles, you are a genius. Wonderful Photo! Mine has never flowered! Maybe this spring. Common name is dagger orchid in reference to the leaf shape.

Note from Native orchids of Australia by David L. Jones.
"This orchid is difficult to flower in a tropical lowland environment"


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RE: Dendrobium pugioniforme

Beautiful! You must have a lot of orchids.


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RE: Dendrobium pugioniforme

Fantastic. Hard to imagine it's only bean sized.
When taking photos at orchid shows, I always wish there was a ruler, to show, how small or big the blooms are.


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