Dendrobium cinnabarinum is a species from Borneo. The plant is a lithophyte and epiphyte and inhabits lower montane and moss forests at elevations between 600 and 2,200 metres. The inflorescences measure 5cm, and bear 3-5 flowers that each measure up to 8cm across.
Dendrobium cucumerinum is from Queensland, Australia. This species inhabits lowland forest close to water courses at elevations between 50-700 metres. The inflorescences are very short and bear a few flowers that measure 1.5cm. The plant blooms during the winter
species from Asia. In the wild this
species is found growing as an epiphyte in shady forests and in
deeper valleys at elevations between 900 and 2,000 metres.
The inflorescences are short and emerge from leafless canes, the
flowers are scented and each measure 10cm across. The plant usually
blooms during winter.
Dendrobium garrettii is a little known and miniature Dendrobium from Thailand. In the wild this species inhabits hill and montane forests at elevations below 1,800 metres. The inflorescence measure 5cm and bears 3-5 flowers. The flowers are mildly scented and plants blooms during the autumn.
a from China. This
species inhabits shaded evergreen forests on limestone cliffs at
elevations between 1,000 and 2,000 metres. The inflorescences are
very short, emerge from leafless pseudobulbs and bear solitary
flowers that measure 1cm across. The plant blooms during the summer
Dendrobium limpidum is a from Papua New Guinea. This species inhabits wet montane cloud forest as an epiphyte or lithophyte at elevations between 1,500 and 2,100 metres. The inflorescences are very short and bear 6-20 flowers that measure 1cmacross. The plant blooms at any time of the year.
a species found in Borneo. In the wild this species inhabits hill
forests at elevations between 600 – 1,100 metres. The
inflorescences are small and bear 1-3 flowers that each measure 6cm
across. The plant blooms during the autumn.
Dendrobium senile is from Laos, Thailand and Myanmar. This species inhabits seasonal forest as an epiphyte at elevations between 500 and 1,200 metres. The inflorescences are short and bear 1-4 flowers that measure 5cm across. The plant blooms during the spring.
Dendrobium striolatum is a species from eastern Australia. This species is a lithophyte that inhabits cliff faces up to 1,000 metres. The inflorescences are short, bear 1-2 flowers which each measure 1.5cm across. The plant blooms during the spring.