Dendrobium suzukii is very similar to Dendrobium cruentum but with larger flowers. Jay Pfahl from www.orchidspecies.com describes it as a hybrid as it has never been formally documented in the wild. The inflorescence has multiple 3 inch brightly colored flowers. They are heavy textured, fragrant and long lasting up to a month. It is one of the nigro-hirsute (black haired canes) Dendrobiums and is an easy grower for us, intermediate temps, 1500 to 2200 footcandles of light with a slight winter rest. These are about one year from blooming and shipped out of pot.