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Cymbidium dayanum Rchb.f. 1869 (Kew)


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  • From Đạt PQ post: "Lam Dong Province - Vietnam ------ Geography, small pseudobulb, 1.5-2 cm in diameter. Leaves narrow, pointed, 40 cm long, 0.7-0.8 cm wide, clear midline and hard. Stems flowering from the bottom of pseudobulbs, standing 20-40 cm high with burning purple red, carrying 6-8 flowers, 3-3.5 cm tall, fragrant flowers, northern leaves brown. Leaves long, pointed, pale yellow with many red and purple stripes. The elongated petals, embracing the axis of the ovary. Three lobes, two lobes in the green yellow, middle lobes in the back, pointed, scattered with purple spots on the two edges. Yellow-brown stigma. The flowers bloom in February through May. Distributed at 1,500 m height, under scattered canopy mixed in grass."

    : June 27, 2018, 9:36 p.m.