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dendrobium nobile canes are yellow

This is a discussion on dendrobium nobile canes are yellow within the Dendrobium Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; Hello, I'm in los angeles and I really love orchids. I'm addicted to it but ...

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    Hello, I'm in los angeles and I really love orchids. I'm addicted to it but I don't mind. they give me great joy and relief from stress especially when they bloom. Now I tried dendrobium to see if i can do the same with my cymbidium. canes are yellow and when you press they are soft unlike the other plants. Is there anything I can do for my orchids to keep them healthy. is it dying. please help??? thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarlet View Post
    Hello, I'm in los angeles and I really love orchids. I'm addicted to it but I don't mind. they give me great joy and relief from stress especially when they bloom. Now I tried dendrobium to see if i can do the same with my cymbidium. canes are yellow and when you press they are soft unlike the other plants. Is there anything I can do for my orchids to keep them healthy. is it dying. please help??? thanks!!!
    They should have some give but not much. See the article I posted for you in my post on the yellow nobile-type.

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    so should I do something there are no more flowers and there are only few leaves that are not yellow. and when you touch the slender stem on it it feels like there is nothing inside it. will it die??? I'm getting frustrated on this dendrobium nobile type. I think its really hard to take care of it?? what do you suggest? fertilizer? water? repotting?just leave it alone???

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