2024

2024 published articles
  • Dendrobium nobile

    Dendrobium nobile

    Dendrobium nobile is a general term for spring flowering varieties in the Dendrobium genus. Dendrobium nobile is a deciduous variety of Dendrobium officinale, which produces inflorescences on the upper stem nodes of the pseudobulbs in the previous year, with 2-3 flowers per bundle. After flowering, new buds grow from the base of the false bulb, which develops into new false bulbs in the same year. The old stem gradually shrinks and generally no longer blooms. Sometimes dormant teeth on the old stem will sprout and grow into small plants with roots, which are usually used as reproductive materials. After the autumn weather cools down, plants gradually enter a dormant period and form flower buds at low temperatures. Dendrobium nobile prefers…

  • Dendrobium bicameratum

    Dendrobium bicameratum

    Dendrobium bicameratum Morphological features: Epiphytic plant, spindle shaped stem with grooves, 28.0-35.0 cm long and 0.3-0.6 cm thick, with 2-4 leaves near the top of the stem. The leaves are elongated and lanceolate, with a length of 4.0-8.0cm and a width of 1.8-2.5cm. The inflorescence emanates from the leafless stem nodes, nearly head shaped, 1.5-2.0cm long, with 4-6 flowers, pale yellow with dark stripes and spots. The length of the flower bud is 3.0-4.0mm; The middle sepal is wide and oval shaped, with a length of 6.0-6.5 mm and a width of 3.0-4.0 mm; The lateral sepals are wide triangular, 5.0-7.0mm long and 3.0-3.5mm wide, with a short calyx sac formed at the base; Petals long, round, ovate, 5.5-6.0 mm…

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