Dendrobium victoriae-reginae is a member of the family Orchidaceae endemic to the Philippines. Queen Victoria’s Dendrobium was named to celebrate the British monarch. Plants usually bloom in late spring with one to three 2.5 cm flowers.
Dendrobium victoriae-reginae is a small to medium-sized, warm to cold growing epiphyte with thin, descending, clumping pseudobulbs that rarely branch and carry many, unsubdivided, pointed papery leaves, and inflorescences that are violet or purple with a darker tip and white center of 3 to 4 centimeters. It is found in Montane ecoregion of the Philippines growing on moss covered trucks of Lithocarpus species at 1300 to 2700 meters in elevation.