Dendrobium orchid is one of the easiest orchid varieties to grow. It makes for a beautiful flowering houseplant to decorate a desk, tabletop, or window sill. Most varieties have a tall, upright shape, making them a fun contrast for the more common
Dendrobium orchids add a stylish note to any space.
Dendrobium orchids typically have a long bloom period, so make the most of it by planting them in a container that accents or contrasts the flowers. A deep purple dendrobium, for example, looks fantastic in a pot that matches its color. Or if you like a bolder look, put your deep purple orchid in a lime green pot.
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Low Light to Medium Light
60°F to 85°F (16°C to 29°C)
Keep soil moist, but do not let the plant stand in water or let the soil dry out
Use an orchid fertilizer with a higher nitrogen content (such as 30-10-10)
Dendrobium Orchids like it hot, bright and dry.
Dendrobiums are an excellent choice for a beginner orchid grower because of their pretty, long-lasting blooms and their durability.