The White Bamboo Orchid! Experience breathtaking beauty, natural wonder and serene elegance
With its three towering bamboo-like stalks adorned with bright white blooms, this orchid resembles a living bouquet that will fill your space with a profusion of sweet-scented flowers.
Each blossom emits a delicate and pleasant fragrance, creating an enchanting atmosphere.
Distinguishable by its elongated narrow petals and ruffled appearance, the flowers of the Dendrobium 'Apollon' give the impression of constant movement, adding a dynamic touch to your home or office decor.
It produces offsets can be left to grow into new plants or separated and repotted, allowing you to expand your orchid collection and share their beauty with others.
Easy to care for plant! Its versatility makes it an excellent choice for plant lovers of all skill levels
2 to 4 beautiful flower clusters adorn each stalk
Blooming occurs after sensing a drop in temperature, typically in winter and spring, bringing a touch of seasonal joy to your surroundings
Aside from its aesthetic appeal, the Dendrobium Orchid has a rich history in ancient medicine, where it has been used for centuries
However, it's important to note that we do not recommend self-medication or consuming parts of the orchid
Elevate your surroundings with the captivating beauty of the Dendrobium 'Apollon'
Bamboo Orchid 'Apollon' Care Guide
Place your Bamboo orchid in a shaded spot where it will receive plenty of bright indirect light or filtered light.
Water sparingly in the winter. Your plant is dormant and will not be actively growing. The soil should be damp to the touch not sopping and should never dry out. In the spring and Summer or once blooms have appeared, increase the watering. Check every 5 days to make sure the soil is consistently damp.
Provide cool temperature in the Autumn and Winter season, 10°C to 15°C. And during the day in Spring and summer keep the temperature warm from 21°C to 24°C.
We highly recommend using a balanced fertilizer formulated for orchids. 0.02-0.02-0.02. Fertilize with every other watering once buds appear into the summer. Cease feeding your orchid after the blooms have fallen off.
Check the axis of the leaves and stem for any mealy bugs. Wipe leaves down gently with a microfibre cloth.
Bamboo Orchid 'Apollon' General Information
Its native throughout Asia and Indochina, it can even be found growing in the Polynesian islands.
Typically blooms in the Winter and the Spring when the temperatures drop.
Yes, the Bamboo Orchid is toxic and not safe for consumption.