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Current bloomers

Posted by tucker_sp Z4 MN (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 12, 10 at 15:35

After seeing ifraser's posts, I thought I'd post a few of mine, starting with the first of my Promeneas to bloom this spring, P. Limelight:

Promenaea Limelight

And another green one to go with it, Aeranthes grandiflora:

Aeranthes grandiflora

Dendrobium dantaniense is a plant that I got as part of a package about 3 years ago - it has grown, but never bloomed, until now. The plant is only about 5" tall, and the flowers are about 3/8" across. Of purely botanical interest:

Dendrobium dantaniense

Enjoy!
Tucker


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RE: Current bloomers

Very nice pics, Tucker...and that aeranthes looks very healthy. What do you have it potted in, and what kind of light/temps/watering do you give it?


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RE: Current bloomers

Very nice, all three. I especially like the Aeranthes and I'm also interested in it's culture.


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RE: Current bloomers

Beautiful blooms on all three!~Charm


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