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Dendrobium orchids are diverse, and their care can vary based on the specific type or hybrid. However, here are some general guidelines for caring for Dendrobium orchids:
Light: Dendrobiums generally prefer bright, indirect light. They can tolerate some direct sunlight, especially morning sun, but protection from intense afternoon sun is often recommended.
Temperature: Most Dendrobiums prefer warm temperatures during the day (70-85°F or 21-29°C) and a slight drop in temperature at night.
Watering: Allow the orchid to dry out between waterings. Water thoroughly when the potting medium feels nearly dry. Avoid keeping the orchid in a waterlogged condition.
Humidity: Dendrobiums appreciate high humidity, but they can adapt to average indoor humidity levels. You can increase humidity by placing the orchid on a tray with water and pebbles or using a humidifier.
Potting Medium: Dendrobiums are often epiphytic or lithophytic, meaning they grow on other surfaces in nature. They are commonly potted in a well-draining orchid mix