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This is a discussion on Dendrobium primulinum within the Deciduous Orchids forums, part of the General Information category; Dendrobium primulinum is totally deciduous, that is, it looses all its leaves.Once the leaves start ...
Dendrobium primulinum is totally deciduous,that is, it looses all its leaves.Once the leaves start to turn yellow in the autum it is time to with-hold all water until new root growth is clearly seen.
Here's a link to further explain ,It can be seen that this plant is now starting to produce its new growth and also flower buds are developing on last years cane.
Last edited by orchid-man; September 4th, 2006 at 09:04 PM.