Dendrobium varieties

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  • Dendrobium ‘Fire Bird’

    Dendrobium ‘Fire Bird’

      Horticultural variety Dendrobium orchid, orange flowers are authentic natural color, the offspring of Dendrobium unicum mating species, suitable board planting, like the sun, strong into a cluster of plants, large flowers, very spectacular.

  • Dendrobium lituiflorum Lindl.

    Dendrobium lituiflorum Lindl.

    Dendrobium lituiflorum Lindl. Stem pendulous, slightly fleshy, cylindrical, 30-40 cm or longer, 7-10 mm thick, unbranched, multinode, 3-3.5 cm internode. Leaves papillary, narrowly oblong, 7.5-18 cm long and 12-15 mm wide, apex acuminate and slightly crocheted on one side, base sheathed. Multiple racemes, usually 1-2 flowers each, emanating from older leaves; Inflorescence pedicle almost at right angles to stem, 5-10 mm long, base with 3 sheaths; Sheath light white, papery, 1.5 cm long, tip blunt; Bracts pale white, ovate, 1-13 mm long, apex subacute; Peduncle and ovary purple, 2.5 cm long; Flowers large, purple, membranous, spreading; Mesoseals oblong-lanceolate, 3.5 cm long x 7 mm wide, apex acute, with 7 veins; Lateral sepals resemble middle sepals and are equally large, base…

  • Dendrobium farmeri

    Dendrobium farmeri

    Dendrobium farmeri, also known as Den. farmeri Paxton, belongs to the parietal group of the Sect. Densiflora, and Dendrobium thyrsiflorum is a close relative. Origin: eastern Himalaya, Assam, India, Nepal, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia Dendrobium farmeri stems are short and stout, usually quadrangular-clavate, 8-30 cm long, segments up to 2-4 cm thick, often narrowed to a roughly rounded quadrangular shape proximally, unbranched, sometimes with very pronounced ribs, blackish light-brown; the leaves are 3-5 cm long, acute at the apex, not decurrent at the base to an amplexicaul sheath. Flowering April-June Flower color has several kinds, red, yellow, white, etc..

  • Dendrobium unicum

    Dendrobium unicum

    The species name means “special, unique”, referring to its labellum, which is reversed to resemble a rhinoceros horn and covered with a deep orange-red reticulation, very unique. Although it does not have a full and rounded flower shape, the orange-red color of the petals and the ribbed reticulation on the labellum have made it rise to the top and become popular. It is distributed in Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand (800-1550m above sea level) and grows on rocks and small shrubs in lowland forests. It flowers from spring to early summer and the flowers are long-lived, up to 1 month or more. Dendrobium unicum is a shade-loving perennial herb; prefers to grow in warm; humid; in a semi-shady and semi-sunny…

  • Den.Gatton Sunray

    Den.Gatton Sunray

    Den. Gatton Sunray is a hybrid with Dendrobium pulchellum as the parent, and has been one of the famous mating species for nearly 100 years. It is easy to raise and bloom, with large, brightly colored flowers that hang in bunches on the branches like small lanterns, with the two large eye markings on the throat as a characteristic, and tall plants that are cultivated in full sun.

  • Dendrobium pulchellum (Dragonfly)

    Dendrobium pulchellum (Dragonfly)

    Dendrobium pulchellum,( Dragonfly) It is named because the petals are covered by 2 dark patches that resemble the eyes of a dragonfly. It is a kind of Dendrobium orchid in the genus Orchidaceae and has large flowers, about 10 cm, which are very beautiful. It is native to China and Laos and grows in the mountains at an altitude of about 70-2200 meters.

  • Dendrobium nobile

    Dendrobium nobile

    Dendrobium nobile is the collective name for spring-flowering species in the genus Dendrobium. Dendrobium nobile is a deciduous species in the genus Dendrobium. The inflorescence is produced on the upper stem nodes of the pseudobulbs of the previous year, with 2 to 3 flowers in a bunch. After flowering, new buds grow from the base of the pseudobulbs and develop into new pseudobulbs in the same year, while the old stems gradually crumple and generally do not flower again. Sometimes the dormant teeth on the old stems will sprout and grow into small plants with roots, and these old pseudobulbs and small plants are usually used as propagation material. After the weather turns cooler in autumn, the plants gradually go…

  • Dendrobium speciosum

    Dendrobium speciosum

    Dendrobium speciosum is a very diverse orchid. Dendrobium speciosum grows in huge racemes with more than a hundred flowers, white or creamy yellow, fragrant and rich in nectar. From a distance, they look like two bunches of white feathers. It is found on the east coast of Australia and near the Tropic of Capricorn. Terrestrial Dendrobium speciosum, their roots clump together to form a dense, thick root bed that clings to rocks. They grow at sea in huge clusters on rocks or cliffs, at altitudes from 0 m to the tops of mountains. Dendrobium speciosum is a very popular cultivated plant. Each pseudobulb of Dendrobium speciosum grows 2-5 thick pinnate leaves, which can survive on the plant for up to…

  • Dendrobium exile Schltr.

    Dendrobium exile Schltr.

    Dendrobium exile Schltr. stems are erect, finely cylindrical, ± woody, up to 50 cm long, ca. 3 mm thick, often branched distally, with 2-3 internodes expanded fusiform above the base; the expanded part of the stem is fleshy, 4.5 cm long, ca. 8 mm thick, with 4 ribs, covered with a pale white membranous sheath when young, russet and glossy when old. The leaves are usually alternate on the upper part of the branches, erect, compressed-terete, 2.5-6 cm long, 1.5-2.5 mm wide, acute at the apex, with a leathery sheath at the base. Inflorescence reduced to a single flower, laterally borne at the tip of the branches, white, spreading; floral bracts ovate, ca. 2 mm long, apex obtuse; pedicel and…