Unless otherwise indicated, all of the following are MATURE, blooming size plants that have BLOOMED AT LEAST ONCE PREVIOUSLY and should bloom within a year in their upcoming blooming season.
is a huge genus of orchids. It was established by Olof Swartz in 1799 and today contains about 1,200 species. The genus occurs in diverse habitats throughout much of south, east and southeast Asia, including the Philippines, Borneo, Australia, New Guinea, Solomon Islands and New Zealand. The name is from the Greek dendron ("tree") and bios ("life"); it means "one who lives on trees", or, essentially, "epiphyte". 

In 1981, Briegar reclassified all terete-leaved Dendrobiums from Australia and New Guinea into a new genus, Dockrillia. The Winika orchid from New Zealand was formerly D. cunninghamii, but has now been moved into a monotypic genus Winika. In 1989, Clements upgraded the D. speciosum complex into individual species; similarly, the D. bigibbum complex (which contains the well-known Cooktown Orchid of Australia, D. phalaenopsis) has recently been split up.
Dendrobium species are either epiphytic, or occasionally lithophytic. They have adapted to a wide variety of habitats, from the high altitudes in the Himalayan mountains to lowland tropical forests and even to the dry climate of the Australian desert.

This genus of sympodial orchids develop pseudobulbs, which vary in length from a few centimetres (e.g. Dendrobium cuthbertsonii) to two metres long (e.g. Dendrobium pulchellum). Most grow into long reedlike stems. Some appear densely covered with short white or black hairs (Dendrobium infundibulum).

In selected species, the short, ovate leaves grow alternately over the whole length of the stems, in others, the leaves are bunched towards the apex of the stem (e.g. Dendrobium tetragonum). The axillary inflorescence vary in length from insignificant to 1m long, and can carry from a few (1-4) (e.g. Dendrobium nobile) to as many as 100 (e.g. Dendrobium speciosumflowers. Deciduous species carry their leaves for one to two years then typically flower on leafless canes, while canes of evergreen species usually flower in the second year and can continue to flower for a number of years (e.g. Dendrobium densiflorum).

These orchids grow quickly throughout summer, but take a rest during winter. Dormant buds erupt into shoots from the base of the pseudobulb mainly in spring, and a few species in autumn. This is then followed by rapid growth of new roots. Reproduction is usually through seed, but a few species reproduce asexually through keikis produced along the stem, usually after flowering and sometimes as a result of injury to the growing tip. [by Wikipedia]         


posted Dec 12, 2016, 12:11 PM by T NP   [ updated Dec 12, 2016, 12:48 PM ]


UPDATED 12/12/16


Unless indicated as Mature Blooming Size, all plants being offered here are young plants that have never bloomed before and are not expected to bloom for the first time as follows:
*  Small Size Keikis - Up to 3 years
*  Near Blooming Size - Up to 2 years
*  Blooming Size - Up to another year, but some should be blooming this winter.
*  Mature Blooming Size - BLOOMED AT LEAST ONCE PREVIOUSLY and should bloom this winter.

Den. Fancy Angel 'Lycee'
(Medium size flowers-Soft pink with yellow throat & white halo)
 * Small Size Keikis in 2" liners (2+ canes, 2"- 3" tall)
Reg. @ $6.
 Near Blooming Size Keikis in 2" liners (3+ canes, 5"- 7" tall)
Reg. @ $8.
 Near Blooming Size Keikis in 2" pots (3+ canes, 5"- 7" tall)
Reg. @ $9.
Den. Gold Star 'Orange Royal'
(Medium size flowers-Deep orange)
 Blooming Size in 4" pots (2+ canes, 11+" tall)
Reg. @ $26. 
Den. Janya Ukon x Den. Janya Maloness
(Small/medium size flowers-White with yellow throat, some with light pink tips)
 Near Blooming Size in 2" pots (3+ canes, 4"- 6" tall)
Reg. @ $9.
 Near Blooming Size in 4" pots (4+ canes, 4"- 6" tall)
Reg. @ $14.
 Blooming Size in 4" pots (4+ canes, 10+" tall)
Reg. @ $26.
Den. Red Emperor 'Prince'
(Large size flowers-Reddish-lavender with maroon throat & yellow halo)
 Blooming Size in 4" pots (2+ canes, 8+" tall)
Reg. @ $14.
Den. Spring Bird 'Kurashiki'
(Compact growing with many small flowers-Soft yellow orange with pink tips)
 Blooming Size Keikis in 2" pots (4 to 8 canes, 3"- 4" tall)
Reg. @ $9.
Mature Blooming Size in 4" pots (Numerous canes, 6+" tall)
Reg. @ $21.
Den. Star Glory 'Noriko'
(Large size flowers-Bright lavender with maroon throat & white halo)
 Near Blooming/Blooming Size in 4" pots (1+ canes, 7+" tall)
Reg. @ $12.
and more ...

Den. victoria-reginae @ $XX

posted May 21, 2014, 3:10 PM by T NP   [ updated Nov 17, 2016, 11:41 AM ]

Den. victoria-reginae

Hard-to-find Dendrobium species with bluish purple long-lasting flowers. 

In 2.25" pots - Mature Blooming Size @ $XX

Dendrobium spectabile

posted Nov 13, 2013, 1:13 PM by T NP   [ updated Dec 7, 2015, 8:38 PM ]

Dendrobium spectabile

An awesome Latouria-type Dendrobium with awesome flowers. Very vigorous grower and very floriferous. Can continue to produce flower spikes from older canes that have previously bloomed.

Well-established plants with nice new growth(s)

In 4.25" pots

Den. chrysotoxum @ $XX.

posted Jun 26, 2013, 8:04 AM by T NP   [ updated Nov 17, 2016, 11:40 AM ]

Den. chrysotoxum

Well-established, Blooming Size plants with multiple new growths that should bloom next winter or spring.
In 5.5" pots - Reg. @ $XX.

Den. Peng Seng - In Buds @ $XX *SOLD OUT*

posted May 3, 2013, 2:39 PM by T NP   [ updated Nov 17, 2016, 11:41 AM ]

Den. Peng Seng
(Den. tobaense x cruentum)

A Negro-hirsute type with the unusual shape and color pattern from Den. tobaense. Most are budding now.

Can continue to bud from older canes.

In 4.25" pots - In Buds @ $XX

Den. glomeratum x sib.

posted Mar 1, 2013, 7:51 AM by T NP   [ updated May 3, 2013, 8:16 AM ]

Den. glomeratum x sib.

Dendrobium pulchellum @ $XX.

posted Aug 8, 2012, 8:30 AM by T NP   [ updated Nov 17, 2016, 11:43 AM ]

Dendrobium pulchellum

2nd-Year Keikis with new growth(s).

In 2.25" pots - Reg. @ $XX.

Den. thyrsiflorum *SOLD OUT*

posted Jun 7, 2012, 7:13 AM by T NP   [ updated Mar 22, 2014, 2:08 PM ]

Den. thyrsiflorum

Very nice, bushy, well-established, blooming size plants in 4" pots. Some of this batch have bloomed already. Expect that most, if not  all, will bloom next winter/spring.

*** SOLD OUT ***

Den. Frosty Dawn

posted May 7, 2012, 1:10 PM by T NP   [ updated Aug 5, 2013, 9:31 AM ]

Den. Frosty Dawn
(Den. Dawn Maree x Den. Lime Frost)

Nigro-hirsute type (canes with fine dark hairs) of Dendrobium. The striking white with coral-colored lip flowers are borne in clusters on the body of the canes. Very similar to the pictured Den. Green Lantern.

Den. Lori's Star

posted Aug 22, 2011, 9:08 AM by T NP   [ updated Jun 6, 2012, 10:18 AM ]

Pictured is Den. Green Lantern
Den. Lori's Star
(Den. Dawn Maree x Den. Lori Tokunaga)

Nigro-hirsute type (canes with fine dark hairs) of Dendrobium. The striking white with coral-colored lip flowers are borne in clusters on the body of the canes. Very similar to the pictured Den. Green Lantern, except flowers are larger and petals and sepals are pure white.

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