14 January 2006

Dendrobium Hilda Poxon

Dendrobium Ellen x tetragonum

A lovely plant when in bloom, with green-yellow fragrant flowers. Unfortunately, the spikes are pendent, no doubt due to the Dendrobium tetragonum heritage. Blooms in early spring, but flowers are produced sporadically throughout the year. Grown as a Dendrobium kingianum, but with a little more water over winter.

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