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..