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my dendbrobium sick help me....

This is a discussion on my dendbrobium sick help me.... within the Dendrobium Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; my dendrobıum hybid of phal BRUTAL DREAMER you saıd dıdnt see babıes I sent photo ...

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    my dendrobıum hybid of phal

    BRUTAL DREAMER you saıd dıdnt see babıes I sent photo agaın look cırcles and help me....
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    look two sıde of plant same what ıs thıs brtal dreamer......
    dıd you see cyprus orchıd I made lıst for you

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    Those are new growths, Kutay. Your orchid seems very healthy and in active growth.
    Yes, I did see the Cyprus Orchid List in your introduction thread. Thanks so much! I would love to grow a bee orchid someday.

    Cheers,
    BD

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    yes my frıend you can grow because they dont need more efort they lıke to grow ın stones and normal soıl whıch soıl fınd trees dry leaf and lıttle stone...growing bee orchıd ıs not dıffıcult

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    new growth what ıs mean we are september ıs not growth month for orchıd the waether not cold ısnt ıt?

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    You are right that new growth usually starts when warm weather is coming. Sometimes, though, they do funny things. I have had dendrobiums put new growths in the autumn if they were just repotted or if I had sprayed recently for bugs. They still got new growths in the spring after that, just maybe later than usual.

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    somebody help me....

    I read in posts ****Its actually easier when the plants are seen side by side,but if you can get a dendrobium Kingianum and specieosum and say one of those ones that you buy from the big box stores with the long spikes out the top.They are all hard cane regardless of thier breeding,all having flower spikes that come out of the very top of the canes.Generally they do not through keikis(kingianum is the exception).Also they have a very strong tedercy to hold the leaves on the older canes ,with only about two leaves at the top and they are stiff.****

    1.what ıs My dendrobium ? is it Kingianum or specieosum?

    2.and my dend never born keıkı?

    say thanks everybody...

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    YES I THINK YOUR DENDROBIUM IS VERY HEALTHY WISH I HAD THAT MANY ROOTS THAT WERE GREEN LIKE THAT. MINE HAS ALSO POPPED OUT TWO NEW CANES THIS YEAR OUT OF AN OLD CANE. AND MY LEAVES DO NOT SEEM TO FALL OFF. AND WHEN DOES THIS DENDRO EVER BLOOM AGAIN AROUND WHAT SEASON OR MONTH? NOT TO SURE WHAT KIND I HAVE BUT I THINK IT CAME FROM A GROCERY STORE OR SOMETHING SO PRETTY COMMON IM SURE. LOOKS ABOUT LIKE THIS ONE

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    I agree that the photos show new growth, which will grow into canes, and not keikis. I also would not repot right now because pot looks fine and dendrobiums like to be underpotted. Your plant looks very healty.

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