Dendrobium glomeratum


Discribed: H.J. Veitch ex. Rob, 1893
Origin: Moluccas (Indonesia)

Synonym: Dendrobium sulawesiense
Temperatures: 15°-24°C
Water: weekly water and mist daily. This species requires a high humidity al year round.
Air humidity: 70-80%
Placement: Half shade position + good ventilation.
Presentation: Flowering size plant. Mounted on cork.
Flowers: Flowers appear on the leafless pseudo bulbs in little rosettes and have fuchsia pink colors. 
Flowering season: April to July.
Flowering time: +/- 2 weeks
Fragrance: no scent