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Dendrobium speciosum pedunculatum is an Australian native orchid, a variety which occurs mainly in Northern Queensland. It is charachterised by being relatively small growth ( less than half the size ) in comparison to the type form Dendrobium speciosum var speciosum which was one of the first orchids to be identified in the area of Sydney. It also has very upright racemes, with other varieties of speciosum typically having arching to horizontal racemes.
Dendrobium kingianum, Orchid from tropical Asia and Australia.
Dendrobium kingianum, Orchidee aus dem tropischen Asien und Australien.
Dendrobium infundibulum Lindl. epiphytic orchid orchid In the habitat.
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Dendrobium cymbidioides (Blume) Lindl.,
Sin. Epigeneium cymbidioides (Blume) Summerh.
Plant display house, George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, Darwin, Northern Territory, 2017
A very dainty little Dendrobium species orchid, which comes from mountainous regions in Laos, Vietnam and China. It is one of the earliest plants I can remember amongst Dad's collection, and I was lucky to get a small plant of it many years later. It has a very sprawling growth habit, growing as a series of small pseudobulb canes, one off another off another from which the flowers grow singularly.
A favourite which Dad gave me a piece of a long time ago. It's flowers are amongst the most golden you will see and have a lovely waxy sheen. When not in flower it looks interesting for it 's shiny bulgy pseudobulbs.
Dend alexandrae x Dend bigiddum
This fairly compact Dendrodium grows in my warm greenhouse with regular fertilizer and bright light. Definitely an easy grower that is very generous with its flower spikes that last months at a time, highly recommended.
dendrobium chrysanthum or dendrobium fimbriatum
Image from Botanical Garden, Yercaud, Ooty.
Dendrobium Mousmee ~ A hybrid orchid registered back in 1941, between the Vietnamese Dendrobium furcatum and the Indian Dendrobium thyrsiflorum provides a wonderful show in mid October (Australia ) for a week or two. The soft pink petals set off the gold labellum with astounding effect. The flowers hang down from the top of the pseudobulb like a bunch of grapes.