Another delightful seedling from the same group as Dendrobium kingianum ‘AEO’. The last photograph below is a comparative flower of the sibling: note the much less pronounced “petal” streak compared to the other clone, as well as a greater white suffusion in the center. One of the joys, and benefits, of macro photography is noting fine flower details like these. Otherwise “pink” Dendrobium kingianum tend to look very much the same.
Comparison photo of Dendrobium kingianum ‘AEO’, sibling of the cultivar above:
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