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This is a discussion on from a broken tree within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; with new growth means new roots so it has a good chance. There are many ...

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    with new growth means new roots so it has a good chance. There are many Bulbos that are native to Sumatra. This one reminds me of Bulbo maxillare

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    whoaaa,... it's even better,...
    is it normal for a dendrobium to have redish cane? i worry a bit if it is a bad sign

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    Quote Originally Posted by lijun View Post
    whoaaa,... it's even better,...
    is it normal for a dendrobium to have redish cane? i worry a bit if it is a bad sign
    Normal if they received more light which is quite common in Dendrobium crumenatum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Normal if they received more light which is quite common in Dendrobium crumenatum.
    thank you bang zain,.. i think you have more orchid species info than google,...

    also thank you all for help,....

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    I hear this is true for den aggregatum too.

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    so updates,..
    no dead orchids,.. all growing new things,.. the biggest, medium, small, mystery plant still growing,...
    i'm not doing intensive care anymore,...
    i did tie up the biggest ones,.. cause it grew allover the place, i think i'm just gonna un-tie it later,..

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    Wow lijun so neat and pretty the way you covered the plants it's seems all are very happy with current treatment good job.

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    thank you bang zain, i treat all the same like the dendrobium crumenatum since they shared the same tree,.. thank you also cattan for identifying it,.. i'm very curious about the mystery plant, i hope it blooms...................

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    You did a great job! They look very happy.

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    Well done! Both the rescue and the current growing conditions.

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