Fragrant Species Dendrobium Aggregatum /Lindleyi

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It is a miniature to small sized, hot to cool growing epiphyte, which reaching a height of 10-20 cm, with erect, clustered, thickened upwards from a slender base, almost spindle-shaped, angled, 5-10 cm long stems carrying a solitary, oblong, leathery, obtuse, 7.6 cm long leaf. Lindley's Dendrobium blooms in the winter and spring with fragrant flowers on an axillary, 5 to 15 flowered, often pendant raceme that arise from nodes at the middle of the leafed or leafless cane. The flowers are 2.5-5.0 cm in diameter. The round, flat petals of both whorls can be almost white to deep orange, but they are usually yellow. Over time, the color deepens. The lip is usually orange-yellow and is darker at the base. It can be very colorful even when the petals of both whorls are bright.
Description
It is a miniature to small sized, hot to cool growing epiphyte, which reaching a height of 10-20 cm, with erect, clustered, thickened upwards from a slender base, almost spindle-shaped, angled, 5-10 cm long stems carrying a solitary, oblong, leathery, obtuse, 7.6 cm long leaf. Lindley's Dendrobium blooms in the winter and spring with fragrant flowers on an axillary, 5 to 15 flowered, often pendant raceme that arise from nodes at the middle of the leafed or leafless cane. The flowers are 2.5-5.0 cm in diameter. The round, flat petals of both whorls can be almost white to deep orange, but they are usually yellow. Over time, the color deepens. The lip is usually orange-yellow and is darker at the base. It can be very colorful even when the petals of both whorls are bright.