Dendrobium Chrysotoxum is also called as The Golden Bow Dendrobium. Its inflorescence arises from nodes near the apex of the pseudobulb and it is lax and pendulous and the flowers are highly fragrant of honey and are short-lived. They have a golden to orange-yellow color, widely spread petals of the outer whorl, and large, rounded petals of the inner whorl. The almost round lip is curled, velvety, and wavy.
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