Dendrobium parishii v. coerulea

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Dendrobium parishii v. coerulea  the coerulea form of this famous species known for its raspberry fragrance, known as one of the "hono-hono orchids" in Hawaii, parishii is a great species and native to the Himalayas. Stays much more compact than its big cousin Den. anosmum. This form has steely-lavender blooms

SEASON: Spring- Summer

TEMPS: Warm- Intermediate

WATERING: (MONSOONAL) In summer, keep damp but well drained the entire growing season and once growth matures in the late Fall, let media completely dry between waterings. January 1 reduce watering to one time per month until new growth commences in the Spring then return to Summer schedule

LIGHT:  Filtered, bright light

NOTE: These are a seedling population and NOT clones.  It should be understood that although we assure the identity of all of our plants it's very possible to have plants from the same species be slightly different from one another. Any photos shown are images of our actual plants that we have grown and represent the possibility of each plant under proper care but will NOT BE THE PLANT YOU RECEIVE. Please refer to the description of pot size/maturity for actual plant size

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