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Dendrobium farmeri is a species from China, India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. In the wild this species inhabits dryer semi-deciduous and humid forests at elevations between 300 and 1,000 metres. The 4-angled pseudobulbs are unusual and even more so because the pseudobulbs are thinner at their bases and at the junction where the leaves emerge. Inflorescence’s measure 20 cm and bear many pretty flowers.

 

These plants are flowering size and growing in pots and mounted. Please tell us which you prefer. Grow Dendrobium farmeri on a mount with a small amount of coarse moss or in a pot with a medium/fine bark media. Plants grow better on a mount. Flowering is stimulated by light and a difference in day and night temperature. Grow your plant in bright light, never in direct sunlight during the summer and give it a lot of water while its actively growing and reduced water during the winter. Grow plants in a warm or intermediate greenhouse with night-time temperatures of 15 - 20 degrees and daytime temperatures of 25 to 32 degrees. Plants can be grown indoors in suitable conditions but will only flower if given sufficient light and a difference in day/night temperature.

 

Family – Orchidaceae

Plant Passport - A Dendrochilum farmeri B 140084 c 8145 d GB

Dendrobium farmeri

SKU: Dendrobium farmeri
£20.00Price

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