A family of orchids that produce multiple, short spikes of blooms in a variety of colors; an excellent plant for containers.
Dendrobiums are also called Singapore Orchid and Bamboo Orchid. Dendrobium (Dendrobium spp.) is a diverse genus in the Orchidaceae family with approximately 1,600 known species.
The name dendrobium comes from the Greek words dendron, which means tree, and bios, which means life referring to the plant’s epiphytic growth habit. Swedish botanist Olof Swartz first described it in 1799.
The leaves of a dendrobium orchid vary from one to many with internodes swollen at or near the plant base. They can be papery or leathery, lanceolate, oblong, or ovate, depending on the species
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