Dendrobium hercoglossum Rchb. F.: Stem drooping, cylindric or sometimes becoming thicker from above base, with few to many segments. Leaves thinly leathery, narrowly oblong or oblong-lanceolate. Racemes usually several, erupted from fallen old stems of leaves, often 2-3 flowers; flowers spreading, sepals and petals pale pink; petals obovate-oblong, 1.2-1.5 cm long, wide 4.5-7 mm, apex acute, with 3 veins; lip white, erect, ca. 1 cm, anteriorly and posterior lip; posterior lip hemispherical, anterior densely short fringed, inner dense short hairs; anterior lip pale pink, Smaller, triangular, apex acute, glabrous. Flowering from May to June.
Born in 590-1260 meters above sea level in the trunk of the mountain jungle and moist valley rocks. Distributed in China, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia. This flower has cultivated, with high horticultural value
Dendrobium petiole drooping, cylindrical or sometimes gradually from the base of the thick, usually 8-40 cm long, 2-5 mm thick, with a few to the most sections, internodes 1.5-2 cm long, dry yellow. Leaves thinly leathery, narrowly oblong or oblong-lanceolate, 4-10 cm long, 4-8 (-14) mm wide, apex obtusely blunt and unequal 2-lobed, base tightly clasping sheath of stem.
Racemes usually several, erupted from old fallen leaves, often 2-3 flowers; inflorescences emarginate, 1.5-2 cm long, sometimes slightly recurved folds; inflorescences green, 6-10 mm long Basal 3-4 short sheaths; bracts small, dry membranous, ovate-lanceolate, 3-5 mm long, apex acute; pedicel and atrium pinkish, 12-15 mm long; flowers Sepals and petals pale pink; middle sepals ovate-oblong, 1.3-1.8 cm long, 5-8 mm wide, apex acute, with 7 veins; sepals slightly oblique ovate-lanceolate, Sepals and other large, apex acuminate, with seven veins, calyx sacs short.
Petals obovate-oblong, 1.2-1.5 cm long, 4.5-7 mm wide, apex acute, with 3 veins; lip white, erect, ca. 1 cm, divided anterior and posterior lip; posterior lip hemispherical, anterior Short-fringed, abaxially short hairs; anterior lip pale pink, smaller, triangular, apex acute, glabrous; limb white, ca. 4 mm, lower enlarged, with 2 mm ca. Teeth triangular, slightly obtuse apex; cap purple, hemispherical, dense fine mastoid, front edge of the eclipse-like. Flowering from May to June.
Born in 590-1260 meters above sea level in the trunk of the mountain jungle and moist valley rocks. Production in China’s Anhui (Huoshan), southern Jiangxi (South), Hunan (Jianghua), southwestern Guangdong (Xinyi), Hainan (Sanya City, Baoting, Changjiang), Guangxi (Dongxing, Lingyun, Xilin, Longsheng, gold Southwest Guizhou Province (Xingyi, Luodian, Hoi Hang), southeastern Yunnan (Pingbian, Jinping, Wenshan ). Distributed in Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia. Pattern specimens were taken from Malaysia.
Dendrobium nobile is a kind of hi-perennial herb, likes warm and humid, with annual rainfall of more than 1000 mm, half-shade half-sun environment, the average January temperature is higher than 8 ℃ in the subtropical mountains and forests grow better , Suitable for growing temperature of 15 to 28 degrees, suitable for growing air humidity above 60%, less demanding on soil fertility, wild and more in the loose and thick bark or trunk growth, and some also grow in the crevice. Is an aerial root, the main requirements of the root permeability is good, the best substrate to breathe air ventilation, in the appropriate temperature and humidity, fast growth, survivability is very strong. Spring and early summer each year, biennial stems on the section of the inflorescence, flowering stems grow into new stems into stems, autumn and winter into the dormant period.