Dendrobium williamsonii Day et rchb. f. afraid of hot, the highest temperature in summer are often more than 33 ℃ areas ，without cooling facilities, had better not plant.
Potted plants,In order to ensure good air permeability, the flowerpot with four holes should be selected,
and the material should be plastic and ceramic, so that it is more suitable for the growth of dendrobium
Dendrobium williamsonii Day et rchb. f.
Need to pay attention to the control of water, usually, only need to spray some water on the leaf surface,
do not water in the basin.With the rapid growth of Dendrobium williamsonii Day et rchb. f., the frequency
of watering should be increased in time.However, to the winter, it is appropriate to reduce the number of
watering, but pay attention to the moisture of the air.In this way, the Dendrobium williamsonii Day et
rchb. f. can survive the winter safely.
It is necessary to control the temperature well. If the temperature is 35℃, Dendrobium williamsonii Day
et rchb. f. will be die.
Because Dendrobium williamsonii Day et rchb. f. prefers a warm and humid environment, it is best to keep
the temperature between 9 ℃ -33 ℃ .Below this temperature, the Dendrobium williamsonii Day et rchb. f.
is prone to frostbite.Likewise, temperature not more than 35 ℃.If the temperature is too high, some
cooling treatment is recommended.If you still can not meet the requirements, it is recommended not to
raise this kind of flower.Winter cultivation Dendrobium williamsonii Day et rchb. f., pay attention to the
root dry frost can be,Generally the south can survive under the eaves, the north in extreme cold when it
is recommended to move indoors, warm weather can be moved out of the sun and ventilation.
Avoid direct sunlight, spring and autumn can be seen in the morning sunshine, winter can be placed in
sufficient light, other times in a place with bright scattered light and ventilation.
Some foliar fertilizer should be sprayed on dendrobium, and compound fertilizer should be applied every
half a month after the growth period, so as to meet the growth needs of dendrobium.