Dendrobium victoriae-reginae is a species of genus Dendrobium
Plants usually bloom in late spring with one to three 2.5 cm flowers.
Plants are found in white oak mossy forest of the Philippines at 1300 to 2700 meters in elevation.
Plant grows in cool to warm temperatures with medium amounts of light. Water regularly through out the year. Plants can be potted in medium bark or sphagnum moss.
|Dendrobium victoriae-reginae 'OZ'||Sepals and petals are purple, lip is purple, Center is more pink.|
|Dendrobium victoriae-reginae variant||Sepals and petals are bright red-purple, lip is bright red-purple|
Common Names:Queen Victoria's Dendrobium
- Dendrobium coeleste Loher 1897
- Dendrobium victoria-reginae f album Valmayor & Tiu 1984
- Pedilonum victoriae-reginae (Loher) Rauschert 1983