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Dendrobium parishii in its many forms

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Andy May, Sep 14, 2013.

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  1. Andy May

    Andy May Active Member

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    KellyW Orchid wonk Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Photo #1 surprises me. Where does it come from? I'm not normally a fan of alba forms but that photo #3 is beautiful.
     
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    Lovely. Pic one is very nice. I'd love to know if its common to find a peloric in a certain area or if it was just an oddity amongst the normal form.
     
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    Thanks, Andy, great to see the variety.
     
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    The peloric plant was an oddity but has since been cloned his year i have seen another var pop up but didn't take a picture of it. I was to busy a he time that it flowered. It was also sold to be as a peloric but it kinda has no lip at all and a few extra petals i really don't know how to explain it properly i will get a pic next time round and add it very strange thing