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dendrobium nobile keikis

This is a discussion on dendrobium nobile keikis within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; my den nobiles have plenty of keikis as well as new canes to have flowers ...

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    Default dendrobium nobile keikis

    my den nobiles have plenty of keikis as well as new canes to have flowers on the main plant next season should i remove the keikis now or leave them on what do you guys think can keikis reduce the flowering ability of the main plantName:  2015-01-10 11.23.57-2.jpg
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    I remove them and pot them up.

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    Woooowwww.... flourishing! They really like your TLC!

    I agree with Harvey.

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    3 inches of roots on keiki is good enough. You can separate it and pot it. This many keiki's is not usual. did you apply a keiki paste or due to watering during their dormancy?

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    overwatering in winter i guess

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