Dendrobium draconis

Dendrobium draconis is from India, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia and is one of the nigro-hirsute Dendrobiums' from section Formosae. This species inhabits tree trunks in dappled light to moderate shade at elevations between 700 and 2,000 metres. Flowers open from the top of the canes; the canes bear 2-5 flowers that measure 6-7cm across. The flowers are scented like oranges.

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Dendrobium draconis is from India, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia and is one of the nigro-hirsute Dendrobiums' from section Formosae. This species inhabits tree trunks in dappled light to moderate shade at elevations between 700 and 2,000 metres. Flowers open from the top of the canes; the canes bear 2-5 flowers that measure 6-7cm across. The flowers are scented like oranges.

This is a flowering size plant and is growing in a pot. Grow Dendrobium draconis on a mount or in a pot with a fine/medium bark media, in bright to moderate light, brighter sunlight over the winter and give it a lot of water during the growing season and slightly reduced during the winter months. Increase water as new growths emerge in the spring. Avoid spraying plants as water left in leaf axils can make the canes rot. This plant grows well in an intermediate to cool greenhouse and appreciates night time temperatures of 13-17 degrees and day time temperatures of 24 to 28 degrees. Plants are suitable for growing indoors.

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Dendrobium draconis
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