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Can anyone ID this dendrobium.

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by Frances LaVigne

This Den. noid has 8 spikes. It had 3-4 of the first buds blast due to cold weather but the buds seem to be ok now and are beginning to open. I have no clue what it’s name is. Can anyone help?

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    Alex Maximiano
    5 months ago
    Frances, that could be one of hundreds of dendrobium hybrids. For example, Den. Brisbane Blue, Den. Makariki Blue, Den. Duke Duchess of Cornwall, Den. Willowbank Blue, etc. Anything with a combination of species lineale, phalaenosis, gouldii and superbiens could look like that.

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