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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by ntgerald, Jun 8, 2009.
Thanks for sharing these series with us Nelson...All of them look nice but I especially love the dearei
WOW! "My" farm is looking great! I love all of your dendrobiums.
It should be "our" dendrobiums then.
The bullenianum is especially marvelous, but I like the colour form on the ceraula too. You're growing treasure!
The Eria is wonderful with those orange bracts or sheaths or whatever they are. The others aren't too shabby either. Great blooming on the Dendrobium bullenianum!
Always a treat to visit the farm!
Thank you, ladies.
I have developing seedpods on the bullenianum, for flasking in 3 to 4 months.
I will try to pollinate the ceraula, too. It is closely related to the victoriae-reginae of the Caraballo and Sierra Madre Mountains. The ceraula comes from the Bicol region, in the southeast portion of Luzon island.