08 January 2006

Cadetia chionantha

Cadetia chionantha is a member of the Dendrobiinae subtribe, which includes Dendrobium. Like Dendrobium cuthbertsonii, to which it is related, Cadetia chionantha is also found in the cool, misty mountains of Papua New Guinea. The leaves are about 5 cm long, and the flowers only about 8 mm across. It thrives in the same conditions as I keep my Dendrobium cuthbertsonii.












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