Dyakia hendersoniana care and culture

Dyakia hendersoniana is native to Borneo. These plants meet in Kalimantan, Sabah and Sarawak, where they grow on trees in quite clear, swampy forests, or in the forests on the hills from the sea level to the height of 700 meters...

 Dyakia hendersoniana also called as Henderson's Dyakia, Ascocentrum hendersonianium, Saccolabium hendersonianum, is a species of the genus Dyakia. This species was described by Eric Alston Christenson in 1986.

IDENTIFY DYAKIA HENDERSONIANA

 Dyakia hendersoniana is native to Borneo. These plants meet in Kalimantan, Sabah and Sarawak, where they grow on trees in quite clear, swampy forests, or in the forests on the hills from the sea level to the height of 700 meters.

Dyakia hendersoniana care and culture
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 It is a hot to warm growing, miniature epiphyte, which reaching about 7.5 cm high and rarely reach more than 10 cm, with a short stem carrying, ligulate to oblanceolate, unequally, obtusely bilobed apically, up to 13 cm long leaves.

 Henderson's Dyakia blooms in the spring and summer on an erect, to 15 cm long, densly many to 40 flowered inflorescence with broadly ovate bracts with showy, fragrant flowers. The flowers are about 2.5 cm in diameter and grow from pale-green pedunculated ovaries. The petals of both whorls are widely spread, they have a bright crimson-pink color, but the lip and spur are usually lighter, sometimes even completely white. The baggy lip has very small side plots and even spots near the throat, and a single thickening at the back wall. A feature that distinguishes this species from Ascocentrum and Saccolabium is the appendage process and flattened.

DYAKIA HENDERSONIANA 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:

 Dyakia hendersoniana needs a light level of 25000-35000 lux. The light should be bright but scattered, and the plants should not be exposed to direct sunlight, especially in the afternoon hours. Strong air movement should be ensured all the time.

Dyakia hendersoniana care and culture

Temperature:

 It is a thermophilic plant. Throughout the year, the average day temperature is 27-29 ° C, and the average night temperature is 18-19 ° C, with a daily amplitude of 9-11 ° C.

Humidity:

 Henderson's Dyakia needs the humidity of 85-90% for most of the year, and during 3 summer months it falls below 85%.

Substrate, growing media and repotting:

 Dyakia hendersoniana are usually grown in small clay pots filled with medium granulation bark, but can also be mounted on cork or tree ferns. Such cultivation requires, however, maintaining high humidity, and in the summer of daily watering. In the case of such suspended plants, during the dry and hot periods it may be necessary to water several times a day.

 These plants do not tolerate the old, unfolded subsoil and should therefore be repotted before the substrate begins to decompose. Repotting should be done only when the growth of new roots begins. This allows plants to acclimatize in a relatively short time and provides them with the least stress.

Watering:

 Rainfall is very intense throughout the year. The cultivated plants should be abundantly watered, especially during active growth. The roots must, however, quickly dry out after watering, and the substrate must never be stale or soaked.

Dyakia hendersoniana care and culture

Fertilizer:

 During the active growth, the plants should be fertilized every week 1/4-1/2 of the recommended dose of fertilizer for orchids. A fertilizer with a high nitrogen content is beneficial from spring to mid-summer, and a fertilizer richer in phosphorus should be used in late summer and autumn.

Rest period:

 Watering in winter can be somewhat reduced, especially in the case of Dyakia hendersoniana grown in dark places, in the conditions of a short day typical of higher latitudes. However, never let it completely dry up. If the amount of water supplied decreases, the fertilization should also be reduced until a normal spring watering schedule is taken.

BUY DYAKIA HENDERSONIANA

COMMENTS

Name

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