(Fragrant Species From India) Dendrobium Chrysotoxum

$155.00
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One of the beautiful Dendrobium species from North Eastern parts of India, producing an arching golden yellow colour flowers. Also known as the Golden Arch Dendrobium, it is a stunningly beautiful orchid. The plant is adored for it arching spikes of 4 cm waxy, bright orange fragrant flowers, with fringed lip. The plant is a small sized with clustered, grooved, clavate or fusiform  pseudobulbs of  12″ [30 cm] long.  They are many angled, apically thickened and enveloped by a white, membranous sheath carrying. The pseudobulbs will have two (or even three) extended, oval shaped tough and leathery leaves. The leaves are oblong to lanceolate, coriaceous and acute. Blooming starts with late winter through spring. The 12″ [30 cm] pendulous inflorescence arises from nodes near the apex of the pseudobulb with highly fragrant up to 20 flowers of honey. The flowers are yellow, the lip orange-and-yellow with a frilly edge.
Description
One of the beautiful Dendrobium species from North Eastern parts of India, producing an arching golden yellow colour flowers. Also known as the Golden Arch Dendrobium, it is a stunningly beautiful orchid. The plant is adored for it arching spikes of 4 cm waxy, bright orange fragrant flowers, with fringed lip. The plant is a small sized with clustered, grooved, clavate or fusiform  pseudobulbs of  12″ [30 cm] long.  They are many angled, apically thickened and enveloped by a white, membranous sheath carrying. The pseudobulbs will have two (or even three) extended, oval shaped tough and leathery leaves. The leaves are oblong to lanceolate, coriaceous and acute. Blooming starts with late winter through spring. The 12″ [30 cm] pendulous inflorescence arises from nodes near the apex of the pseudobulb with highly fragrant up to 20 flowers of honey. The flowers are yellow, the lip orange-and-yellow with a frilly edge.