Dendrobium aggregatum

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kitfox

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Beautiful example! I love these. IMO, the most reliable Den there is. The more i neglect mine, the better it seems to do!
 

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Beautiful example! I love these. IMO, the most reliable Den there is. The more i neglect mine, the better it seems to do!
This particular plant won the Butterworth award a few years back. My friend, Jay bought the plant from the original owner and busted it up into a zillion pieces. So apparently this clone takes no love to grow, bloom or whatever. It's on steroids!
 

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Beautiful! I have no luck with these, but it seems you’ve got the culture down, congrats!
 

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Roots look great too! I agree, these cascading types like thyrsiflorum and farmeri etc and their hybrids are just lovely. Nice growing :)
 

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They say back off on the water in the winter time but I do not. I do water the greenhouse less in the winter only because everything stays wetter longer. This being in a wooden basket is dryer than the potted plants.
 
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