What is Dendrobium smirie
Dendrobium smirie (scientific name: Dendorobium smillieae) is Indonesian slough island - New Guinea island, originated from Queensland, Australia, evergreen perennial of the genus Dandrobium of Orchidaceae. It is an orchid growing in rocks and trees of open grassland at the edge of the rainforest. Summary The flower arrangement is extended and more than 100 small flowers are gathered and made to bloom. Inflorescence length is 15 cm, diameter is 8 cm. The petals are light pink and the tip is green.
Common name: Dendorobium (Dendorobium smillieae), Scientific name: Dendorobium smillieae, Classification name: Plantbound Angiosperms Monocotyledonous Orchid Orchid Orchid Orchidaceae Dendrobium, Origin: Tropical Asia, Australia