• Dendrobium farmeri

    Dendrobium farmeri

    Dendrobium farmeri Also known as Den. farmeri Paxton, it belongs to the top leaf group Dendrobium officinale (Section of the top leaf (lantern) group) Dendrobium officinale and Dendrobium thyrsiflorum are closely related. Origin: Eastern Himalayas, Assam, Nepal, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia The stem of French Dendrobium is short and robust, usually in the shape of a four cornered rod, 8-30 centimeters long, with segments as thick as 2-4 centimeters. The lower part is often narrowed into a thick round four cornered shape, without branching, and sometimes the edges are very obvious, black light brown; The leaf is 3-5cm long, with a sharp tip at the tip and a sheath that does not extend downwards to embrace the stem. There are…

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