The Dendrobium nobile is a perennial plant belonging to the Orchidaceae family and includes countless varieties that differ in the fact that their dimensions can vary from 30 centimeters to a few meters in height. This species is native to Asia, Japan, the Himalaya and Australia. The Dendrobium nobile is a species capable of developing pseudobulbs of about 60 centimeters in size from which the glossy leaves typical of orchids will sprout. You can enjoy the beauty of the inflorescences from February to April. They consist of white tepals at the base and mauve in the upper part of the flower. To allow the plant to grow luxuriantly, you need to follow a few small rules about: pruning, watering, soil etc.
The dendrobium noble is one of the most widespread orchids in cultivation. It is appreciated for the abundant and long-lasting flowering as well as for the relative ease of cultivation in our climates. It is used as a houseplant, suitable for very bright rooms.
Origins of the Dendrobium
The dendrobium noble is an epiphytic orchid which, in its spontaneous state, grows throughout the tropical belt of Asia: India, Thailand, Vietnam, Burma. The "group" is actually composed of many subspecies similar in appearance, but capable of adapting to various climatic conditions: some grow on the coasts, with constant temperatures and high humidity, others want a cooler environment, typical of the Himalayan hills. The hybrids that we find easily on the market all have more or less the same needs, in particular they want high temperatures and humidity for most of the season, followed by a cool and dry period.