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Dendrobium Micro Chip

Message par Cloodie le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 0:59

Appelé 'Aussie Chip' il n'y a pas si longtemps... un autre achat de l'expo... je l'avais avant sous le nom de Aussie Delight, qui s'est avéré être un Aussie Chip (probable erreur de nom du vendeur). Il avait fleuri et bien prospéré 3 ans avant qu'un problème fongique ne le décime, je n'ai pas hésité à la racheter, un facile de culture! il est plein de boutons...

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Message par Frédérick le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 5:20

Superbe,me semble florifère en plus, bravo.
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Re: Dendrobium Micro Chip

Message par harribo le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 5:46

superbe
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Message par sobralia33 le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 8:41

This is a great miniature New Guinea type Dendrobium that seems to have universal appeal. It was previously sold under the name Den. Aussie's Chip as a cross between Den. aberrans and Den atroviolaceum 'Pygmy'. However, this latter orchid has now been identified as a new species, Den. normanbyense, necessitating a name change for these plants. They make bushy 5 to 6 inch tall evergreen growth that it covered with cute speckled flowers for many months each year, especially from January to June, but often at other times as well. They are exceptionally long lasting and are borne repeatedly on mature growths year after year so that as the plant matures, the number of flowers continues to go up. One of the plants we sold a couple of years ago recently received both an Award of Merit and a Certificate of Cultural Merit from the American Orchid Society judging center in Atlanta! The plants we are selling now are already quite bushy and just reaching blooming size. Keep in mind that the most recent growths do not produce blooms the first year, only the older growths, so though there may be just a few stems of flowers in their first blooming cycle, that number will rapidly increase in the future. Grow these with regular watering year round and good drainage. They do not want to stay dry for long, especially when they are making new growths, though with regular watering they can be grown mounted as well. Medium light will still produce blooms, but they will grow well in moderately bright light as well, and like a range of temperatures from 60 to 85, with tolerance for somewhat higher and lower. They are excellent “windowsill” orchids. We have a great supply of these for now, but when show season begins and they are seen in person by those visiting our sales area, they disappear as fast as we can put them out!
Donc bataille autour de cette plante,hybride naturel ou nouvelle espèce ?
tres bonne idée que d'en reprendre un.Il a 'air tres florifère.
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Message par chrystel le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 8:52

j'aime beaucoup ses fleurs

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Message par Invité le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 9:34

Très belle fleur
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Message par Blackorchids05 le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 12:51

Oui belle plante et très jolie floraison, bravo CLOODIE
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Message par paind'orge le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 13:12

Vraiment superbe

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Message par Invité le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 14:41

Il est superbe !!!! trop beau !!!!
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Re: Dendrobium Micro Chip

Message par Cloodie le Mar 2 Avr 2013 - 20:48

[Vous devez être inscrit et connecté pour voir ce lien] a écrit:This is a great miniature New Guinea type Dendrobium that seems to have universal appeal. It was previously sold under the name Den. Aussie's Chip as a cross between Den. aberrans and Den atroviolaceum 'Pygmy'. However, this latter orchid has now been identified as a new species, Den. normanbyense, necessitating a name change for these plants. They make bushy 5 to 6 inch tall evergreen growth that it covered with cute speckled flowers for many months each year, especially from January to June, but often at other times as well. They are exceptionally long lasting and are borne repeatedly on mature growths year after year so that as the plant matures, the number of flowers continues to go up. One of the plants we sold a couple of years ago recently received both an Award of Merit and a Certificate of Cultural Merit from the American Orchid Society judging center in Atlanta! The plants we are selling now are already quite bushy and just reaching blooming size. Keep in mind that the most recent growths do not produce blooms the first year, only the older growths, so though there may be just a few stems of flowers in their first blooming cycle, that number will rapidly increase in the future. Grow these with regular watering year round and good drainage. They do not want to stay dry for long, especially when they are making new growths, though with regular watering they can be grown mounted as well. Medium light will still produce blooms, but they will grow well in moderately bright light as well, and like a range of temperatures from 60 to 85, with tolerance for somewhat higher and lower. They are excellent “windowsill” orchids. We have a great supply of these for now, but when show season begins and they are seen in person by those visiting our sales area, they disappear as fast as we can put them out!
Donc bataille autour de cette plante,hybride naturel ou nouvelle espèce ?
tres bonne idée que d'en reprendre un.Il a 'air tres florifère.
Non, c'est l'un des parents qui a changé de nom, d'où le changement de nom de celui-ci de Aussie Chip à Micro Chip (j'étais déjà tombé sur ce texte sur le net)

Je peux confirmer qu'il est très florifère... je l'ai déjà eu... sauf que l'étiquette de mon ancien disait par erreur 'Aussie Delight'. Ange, tu l'as déjà vu en photo sur l'autre forum, mais sous son nom erroné :o Cool

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