Dendrobium lindleyi is an epiphyte widely distributed to the altitude from 650 to 1300 m from India to Thailand and south China. It produces one thick leaf, which is about seven centimeters in length, at the tip of the pseudobulb, which is about five centimeters in length. From March to April, it expands a long flower stem where more than 10 flowers, which is about four centimeters in diameter, bloom to release a good fragrance.
|Scientific name||Dendrobium lindleyi|
|Ecological description||Evergreen perennial|
|Planting place||Orchid Corner|