Dendrobium lobulatum

This dendrobium is found in parts of Indonesia and Borneo. It is a warm growing dendrobium and it is able to do well in Singapore’s weather. The petitie flowers ard the size of approximate 1 cm arise from the nodes on or near the apex of mostly leafless pseudobulbs.


The plant


The flower


Another close up shot of the flower


Size of the flower


Another profile of the flowers


7 Responses to “Dendrobium lobulatum”

  1. orchidcrazy Says:


    I collect mainly section aporum, crumenata, strongly and minatures.

    I am skeptical about your ID of this species. You are most welcome to discuss. Cheers

  2. orchidcrazy Says:

    I am so sorry for the late reply as I lost my way here. Flowers of Den lobulatum are with red stripes. I do not see stripes on yours.

    • There are stripes on the petals , but stripes and colour is not one of the criteria to differentiate the sps,.. it is the structure of the flower eg.lip 🙂 I have added another photo of the flowers for your examination 😉

  3. Orchidcrazy Says:

    Thank you very much for your clarification and appreciate your new photo. The little flowers are so sweet.

    You can contact me at my email if you are interested to see my collection. Not alot though as I am new to orchid.

  4. Hi,
    Do you still keep this D. lobulatum? I do collect section Aporum.

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