The Dendrobium is a diverse genus of orchids with different cultural needs. Many go through a growth phase and then a rest phase during the course of one year, and must be given water and temperature to match these periods of growth and rest. Flowers can last one day to many weeks, depending on the type.
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For the Dendrobium to flower at its best, it requires some special attention from you. Learn more about taking care of the needs of the Dendrobium by exploring the presentations here.
The resulting progeny from the union of two different species (known as a primary hybrid), or of a species and a hybrid, or of two hybrids (known as a complex hybrid).
Discover the variety of man-made and naturally occurring Dendrobium hybrids.
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