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Dendrochilum undulatum is endemic to Luzon in the Philippines. In the wild this species grows as an epiphyte in montane cloud forest at elevations between 1,000 and 1,500 metres. Inflorescences measure 15-20cm, bear 13-17 flowers that each measure about 2 cm across. Plants usually bloom during the summer months. This is a rare species in cultivation.

 

These are flowering size plants growing in pots. Grow Dendrochilum undulatum on a mount, in a pot or in a basket with a sphagnum moss media mixed with bark or perlite. Give your plant moderate shade, never direct or bright sunlight and give it a lot of water all year. We grow our plants sitting in trays with a small amount of water. Plants grow well in an intermediate greenhouse and appreciate night-time temperatures of 14-18 degrees and day temperatures of 25 to 30 degrees. This species likes a distinct difference between day and night temperature and cool misty air.

 

Family – Orchidaceae

Plant Passport - A Dendrochilum undulatum B 140084 c 6913 d GB

Dendrochilum undulatum

SKU: Dendrochilum undulatum
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