Dendrobium pseudoglomeratum is a hard to find species from the mountains of New Guinea. It will bloom several times per year on older growths that have mostly lost their leaves with clusters of long lasting "candy pink" flowers with orange lips. Older plants can be covered in flowers with 100 or more open at one time. Canes are semi-erect (can be staked) and grow to about 24" on mature plants. Bright, but diffused light (excellent under LED lights) cool to hot temperatures, and regular year round watering with good drainage and no rest period. This plant, as pictured, is an a 2.5" pot and ready to be stepped up to somewhat larger size, although rootbound plants will bloom better.
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