- Flower nameDendrobium senile
- Scientific nameDendrobium senile
- Place of originSoutheast Asia in Myanmar, Thailand and Laos
- Place of floweringPotted flower
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April
What is Dendrobium senile
Dendrobium senile (scientific name: Dendrobium senile) is a perennial plant belonging to the Orchidaceae family, which is native to Southeast Asia such as Myanmar, Thailand and Laos. It is epiphytic orchid. The bulb is short and the surface is covered with white hair. There are no leaves. One flower blooms on the tip of one flower stem from winter to spring. The flower diameter is 5 cm, the flower color is light yellow, and the center is green. The special name "senile: senile" means old man.
Generic name: Dendrobium senile, Scientific name: Dendrobium senile, Origin: Southeast Asia such as Myanmar, Thailand and Laos, Plant height: 10-15 cm, Leaves: None, flower Diameter: 5 cm, flower color: light yellow with green in the center, flowering period: February to April.