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Dendrobium Suzanne Neil - dark red dendrobium

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    Cool Dendrobium Suzanne Neil - dark red dendrobium

    Love the velvety color of this dendrobium orchid. It is such a nice, deep color. Enjoy.

    Dendrobium Suzanne Neil (Dendrobium Imelda Romualdez x Dendrobium Bertha Chong)

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    That is beautiful! I usually don't like these type of den.s but this one is great!

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    Oh, that is really nice. I'm not much of a dendrobium grower--just a couple of species--but that one could change my mind. I love the color intensity!

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    hi bruce,
    its a nice one!
    i have the dendro imelda romualdez (marcos), romualdez was her maiden name, and i always thought the locals here just call it so because she was born in leyte.

    cheers

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    That's so nice and dark, perfectly complemented by the green of the plant

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    wow thats beautiful, thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely color! I love dendro and I should look for one like this! It's beautiful. Congrats!

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    I, too, was on the "not crazy about dends" side but it was a plant a lot like yours that suddenly pushed be over one day. :-)

    Great flowers!! Mine is in spike so now I am looking foward to it even more!

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    Gorgeous! such a wonderfully rich colour on this one, surely its a must have.

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