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Dendrobium Mini Snowflake (aberrans x johnsoniae)

Dendrobium Mini Snowflake<span class="cross"> (aberrans x johnsoniae)</span>
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A great primary hybrid with parents in the Latouria section. These plants feature compact, robust canes in combination with prolific spikes loaded with pure white flowers. The individual growths can flower many times over the years with as many as 10-15 spikes from a single growth. The flowers are long-lasting and can be in bloom for several months. Grow in medium light and water as the potting mix just nears being dry. This is a nice compact hybrid sure to please in its ease of care and prolific production of flowers.

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