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Dendrobium

Dendrobium is a gender with around 1200 species and appear in much varied biotopes, from tropical lowland rainforests to the cool mountain ranges of the Himalaya and even the Australian desert, mainly in South-, East- and Southeast-Asia, Australia, Borneo, New Zealand and the Islands of the Pacific. The gravity point is located in the region Malaysia.

They are predominantly epiphytic, rarely lithophytic plants, with a sympodial way of growth. They have egg-shaped to long-shaped pseudobulbs, that can grow up to two metres with some species. Most species have a grass- or reed-like stems. The generally oval leaves can be spread along the sides of the entire stem, or grouped on the top. The way of blooming is in a branch, varying in length from a couple of centimetres to almost a metre, with some to over a hundred flowers.

Species that lose their leaves carry the leaves one or two years before blooming once, while some species stay green, can bloom from the second year and can bloom again for multiple years. The flowers are medium- to large-sized, with wide, light coloured petals and sepals, and a darker coloured or drawn lip. Species of the Dendrobium are often used as a living room plant.

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