Dendrobium kanburiense care and culture

Dendrobium kanburiense is endemic in Thailand. They was found in several places in the Kanburi region west of Bangkok.

 Dendrobium kanburiense, also called as The Kanburi Dendrobium, is a species of the genus Dendrobium. This species was described by Gunnar Seidenfaden in 1985.
Dendrobium kanburiense care and culture


 Dendrobium kanburiense is endemic in Thailand. They was found in several places in the Kanburi region west of Bangkok.
 It is a mini-miniature sized, hot growing epiphyte, which reaching a height of 3.5-4.0 cm, with fat, nearly conical, 1.5 cm long pseudobulbs carrying 3 to 4, broad, unequally bilobed apically, 2.0-2.5 cm long leaves.
 The Kanburi Dendrobium blooms in the summer and early fall on 1 to 2, axillary, 1.2" (3 cm) long, 6 to 10 flowered inflorescence arising on nodes at or near the apex of newly emerging stems. The flowers are 0.5 cm long and have greenish-yellow color. The lip is greener and has 3 rounded bulges. The edges are uneven, but they are not wavy.


Dendrobium kanburiense care and culture

Dendrobium kanburiense care and culture

Dendrobium kanburiense care and culture

Dendrobium kanburiense care and culture

Dendrobium kanburiense care and culture


 Cultural information should only be used as a guide, and should be to be adapted to suit you. Your physical location; where you grow your plants, how much time you have to devote to their care, and many other factors, will need to be taken into account. Only then can you decide on the cultural methods that best suit you and your plants.


 Dendrobium kanburiense needs a light level of 20000-30000 lux.


 The average temperature of the summer day is 32-33 ° C, night 23 ° C, and the daily difference is 9-10 ° C. In spring, before the beginning of the rainy season, the average day temperature is 34-37 ° C, the night 22-24 ° C, and the daily difference is 11-15 ° C. The average temperature of the winter day is 30-34 ° C, night16-19 ° C, and the daily difference is 14-16 ° C.


 In summer and autumn, The Kanburi Dendrobium needs the average humidity of 75-80%, but for 4 months of winter and the beginning of spring it drops to 60%.

Substrate, growing media and repotting:

 Dendrobium kanburiense can be grown on tree rootstocks or cork, with high humidity is ensured and watering is done at least once a day in summer. If they are grown in pots, it is necessary to provide any loose, quickly drying substrate. Repotting is best done at the beginning of spring, when new roots begin to grow.


 Throughout the year, precipitation is low to moderate, but winter is 3-4 months very dry. During the growing season, Dendrobium kanburiense should be abundantly watered, but they must dry out between waterings. In autumn, the amount of water should be gradually reduced.


 It is recommended to apply a 1/4-1/2 dose of orchid fertilizer weekly. From spring to mid-summer should be used fertilizer enriched with nitrogen, and then until the end of autumn fertilizer enriched with phosphorus.

Rest period:

 In the period of 3-4 winter months, Dendrobium kanburiense should dry out completely between waterings, but they can not stay dry for too long. Occasional fogging between waterings will prevent excessive dehydration.




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Dendrobium kanburiense is endemic in Thailand. They was found in several places in the Kanburi region west of Bangkok.
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