Dendrobium pugioniforme


Discribed: A. Cunningham, 1839
Origin: Australia.

Synonym: Dockrillia pugioniformis
Temperatures: 12°-32°C
Water: weekly watering. Mist regularly. Requires a dry rest in winter.
Air humidity: 50-70%
Placement: Half shade position + good ventilation.
Presentation: Flowering size plant. Mounted on cork.
Morphology:  Easy growing epiphyte with long hanging stems producing ovate and acuminate leaves on which 2,2 cm flowers appear.
Flowering season: March to June.
Flowering time: Between 5 to 14 days
Fragrance: Vanilla scent.