Fragrant Species Dendrobium Tetragonum 'River Run'

$80.00
Availability: 1 In Stock
 On offer the orchid is having formation of flower spikes.  lDendrobium tetragonum has the short­est pseudobulbs of the complex, rarely more than 12 to 16 inches long. Most plants consist of approximately 10 canes, but those grown under good conditions and given a chance to mature can become quite large, with up to 30 or more pseudobulbs. The flowers are the smallest of this complex, usually only 2 to 2.5 inches, but what they lack in size they make up with their strong, sweet, vanilla-like perfume. There are between two and five flowers per raceme, and several racemes per pseudobulb. The flowers are pale green or cream-colored to yellow with vivid red margins and a wide labellum with lateral lobes similar in width to the midlobe. The labellum is usually white with red markings although plants with an unmarked midlobe are common. Flowering is in the spring .
Description
 On offer the orchid is having formation of flower spikes.  lDendrobium tetragonum has the short­est pseudobulbs of the complex, rarely more than 12 to 16 inches long. Most plants consist of approximately 10 canes, but those grown under good conditions and given a chance to mature can become quite large, with up to 30 or more pseudobulbs. The flowers are the smallest of this complex, usually only 2 to 2.5 inches, but what they lack in size they make up with their strong, sweet, vanilla-like perfume. There are between two and five flowers per raceme, and several racemes per pseudobulb. The flowers are pale green or cream-colored to yellow with vivid red margins and a wide labellum with lateral lobes similar in width to the midlobe. The labellum is usually white with red markings although plants with an unmarked midlobe are common. Flowering is in the spring .