Dendrobium laevifolium care and culture

Dendrobium laevifolium is widespread on the islands of the Southwest Pacific: the islands of Bougainville, Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, Santa Cruz, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea on the island of Rossel and on the island of Missima in the Louisiade Archipelago.

 Dendrobium laevifolium, also called as The Shiny Leafed Dendrobium, Dendrobium occulatum, Maccraithea laevifolia, Pedilonum occultum, is a species of the genus Dendrobium. This species was described by Otto Stapf in 1924.
Dendrobium laevifolium care and culture

IDENTIFY DENDROBIUM LAEVIFOLIUM

 Dendrobium laevifolium is widespread on the islands of the Southwest Pacific: the islands of Bougainville, Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel, Santa Cruz, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea on the island of Rossel and on the island of Missima in the Louisiade Archipelago. On the island of Missima, they grow on moss covered branches, branches and rocks in areas densely covered with mosses, begonias, ferns and small vines of a forest ravine at an altitude of about 950 m. In other places, they grow at heights of 360-2340 m, in dense moss at the foot of trees, in moss covered with young seedlings of trees or in thick lichens and mosses on the branches of dwarf trees, where cold, drizzling rain often alternates with short periods of very hot and sunny weather.
 It is a mini-miniature, warm to cold growing epiphyte, which reaching 3-18 cm in height, with club-shaped, 1-5 cm long stems or tapering at both ends carrying 2, deciduous, linear, varies from medium to deep green and can be colored purple along the central nerve and margins, 6-15 cm long leaves.
 The Shiny Leafed Dendrobium blooms in the summer on a very short, axillary, 1 to few flowered inflorescence that arise from the nodes at the apex of the leafless stems. The flowers are 2-4.5 cm long with variable color. The flakes of both whorls are usually creamy, often covered with purple or other shades of red, purple and pink. The lip usually has a lighter shade of the same color, but sometimes it can be orange in contrast. The flower resembles a striped fan.

SOME PICTURES OF DENDROBIUM LAEVIFOLIUM

Dendrobium laevifolium care and culture

Dendrobium laevifolium care and culture

Dendrobium laevifolium care and culture

Dendrobium laevifolium care and culture

Dendrobium laevifolium care and culture

DENDROBIUM LAEVIFOLIUM 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.

Light:

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

Temperature:

 Throughout the year, the average daytime temperature is 21-22 ° C, at night 13-14 ° C, which gives a daily difference of 8-9 ° C.

Humidity:

 The Shiny Leafed Dendrobium needs the humidity of 80-85% throughout the year.

Substrate, growing media and repotting:

 Dendrobium laevifolium can be mounted on pieces of tree ferns as long as we can ensure high humidity and watering at least once a day during the summer. When planting them into pots, we can use any airy, fast-drying substrate. Repotting can be performed in any period as soon as new roots grow.

Watering:

 Precipitation is abundant throughout the year, but in the period of 2-3 winter months is a bit drier. The plants should be constantly moist, but the substrate should not be soggy.

Fertilizer:

 Weekly or every 2 weeks 1/4-1/2 doses of a balanced orchid fertilizer are recommended throughout the year.

Rest period:

 Dendrobium laevifolium in the conditions of a short, dark day at moderate latitudes can reduce the amount of water in winter. However, they can never dry up completely.

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