unique and rare species similar in growth habit to D. leonis; pseudobulbs consist of thin, pendant canes covered with evergreen, interlocking, terete, succulent leaves that almost give this orchid a braided appearance, 3/4" to 1" flowers are pale greenish yellow with a cream spotted red lip; blooms successively
wonderfully floriferous plant, leafy 18" canes bear multitudes of 10" spikes, each spike carries 8 to 12 blooms, these white 2-1/2" flowers are characterized by their green antenna-like petals and violet striated lip, ever-blooming, loves to grow very bright and warm. (Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant)
Bright light is critical for continuous flowering.
Free Flowering Throughout the Year
Full Sun to Bright; 3000-4000 Footcandles (slight to moderate midday shading required)
Warm ; 65°F min. to 95°F max.
Stick Mounted Plant
Small Blooming Size (small blooming plant but not yet fully matured)
Moist/Dry; 2-4 waterings per week(let dry between waterings)
this orchid has fat roots and graceful long, thin 10" pseudobulbs with small narrow, delicate leaves that become deciduous before flowering; pure white, 2" blossoms have a bright green throat and perfect shape and give the plant an ethereal, ephemeral overall appearance; nearly ever blooming.
this attractive mini is named after its beautiful lip, cigar-shaped fat 3" pseudobulbs with bluish-green 2" leaves, 1- 1/2" flowers appear at random from leaf nodes on leafless canes, blooms throughout the year, sepals and petals are creamy white, broad bilobed lip is bright orange with a scarlet throat, easy grower
gorgeous and fragrant epiphyte with 8" to 12" deciduous canes; large, 2 -1/2" crystalline white flowers decorated with gold lips with two prominent maroon spots on them, this deciduous orchid mass blooms in late spring and summer with a slight winter dry rest
a gorgeous easy-growing miniature antelope-type Dendrobium, this drought-resistant plant has the appearance of a succulent and is mounted on its native paperbark Melaleuca tree, round 1" bulbs are topped with 3 or 4 narrow semi-cylindrical 5" leaves, several 18" spikes appear in late winter bearing 2 or 3 dozen flowers each, twisted sepals and upright petals (hence "antelope") are light green with yellow tips, lip is white with rich mauve markings, very fragrant
known as the "Toothbrush Orchid", attractive dwarf 5" plant, dark green oval 3" leaves with a beautifully contrasting dark purple underside, dense upright clusters of green and white flowers grow along the deciduous canes and resemble bristles hence the nickname