Dendrobium Burana Emerald

Dendrobium Burana Emerald

Dendrobium Burana Emerald   has beautiful yellow sepals and burgundy petals. This dendrobium is an asset for enthusiasts.
Seggregation of orchids: The most useful way of seggregating orchids in the green house is according to its water requirements.

Dendrobiums often require a dry period for flowering before it is watered unless it is in active growth. Water supple should be reduced in winter and rainy seasons to help flowering.

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Dendrobium Antelope Type (Spatulata)

Dendrobium+Antelope+Type+(Spatulata)Temperature: Dendrobiums prefer warmer household temperatures of 20 to 27C (68 to 80F)
during the day and just slightly cooler at nights, 18 to 22C (65 to 72F). For optimal
performance, cooler winter days, 18 to 21C (65 to 70F), are recommended.

Light: Spathulate Dendrobium prefer the medium to high light of an east or shaded west or
south window. Leaves normally a vibrant green, but will bleach if plant gets too much light or
darken if not enough light is given.
Watering: Water generously, let dry between watering. Do not let stand in water. Water every
5 to 8 days during summer and every 7 to 10 days during winter.
Fertilizing: Fertilize at ¼ – ½ strength with 28-14-14 at every watering to promote new growth.
When new growth matures, start fertilizing with 10-30-20 at half strength to promote flowering.
Re-blooming: Given proper care, the stem(s) develops at the top of mature new growth.
Mature plants can bloom 2 to 3 times a year. Blooming season is generally spring to summer.
Repotting and potting medium type: Repot every 1 to 24 months, as required. A coarse
free-draining potting mix, predominantly medium grade fir bark and coarse perlite, is
recommended.

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