On offer is a seedling Australian Native Dendrobium Gracillimum from the crossing of D. gracilicaule ‘Lamington’ x speciosum ‘RM’ growing in a 40mm tube.
Looking for a more compact growing D. Gracillimum here. In the hybridizer’s own words, “using nicely marked, compact D. gracilicaule and a great, flat, seedling D. speciosum [‘RM’, from] ‘(Windermere x Kate’s Special)’ with open inflorescence.” The D. gracilicaule is from Southern Queensland (Lamington area), whilst the D. speciosum is a line bred v speciosum, with both parents likely originating from the Hawkesbury region. The nicest of these will be flattened out by the speciosum, have nice open labellums, squat and chunky growth habit (for the hybrid), and good strong yellow colouration.
Photographs show the actual parents used and an example of the seedlings on offer.