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Clear Mountain Garden TreasuresDendrobium glomeratum

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Glossary
epiphyte
A plant that grows on another,
but does not obtain nutrients from its host.
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Dendrobium glomeratum

Flower
Family Orchidaceae
Name Dendrobium glomeratum
Abbreviation Den.
Etymology
Dendrobium From Greek dendron meaning tree, and Greek bios meaning life, referring to the habbit of Dendrobium species growing on trees or being epiphytic.
glomeratum From Latin glomero meaning ball.

  See also:  Dendrobium

Dendrobium glomeratum is a large orchid that comes from intermediate elevation forests of the Moluccas Island, Indonesia. The canes can grow to 2m long in cultivation. The flowers are equally as large, reaching 80mm across, produced em-masse on mature plants.


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