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This is a discussion on Dendrobium nobile within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; I don't have any Den nobiles, but according to the link in Orchid-Man's thread about ...
I don't have any Den nobiles, but according to the link in Orchid-Man's thread about Dendrobium culture: Dendrobium nobile leaves are deciduous after two years. Hope that helps.
But, going back to hybrids again, it would not be surprising to see a soft cane sprout flowers before it loses all its leaves.
I have seen some soft canes with full healthy foliage but already has produced flowers on the cane.
The majority of my Nobiles hold the leaves two years . I have a nobile Den. Yellow Song 'Canary' that blooms at least twice a year . Whenever the new canes mature the plant will be covered with flowers . Do you have a name on your plant? I will have to try the magnesium this year . Do not remove old canes as they will flower also. I'm new on O T so haven't figured how to add photo's yet .
I hope I did this right . This blooms at least twice a year without any rest or chill . Well worth having if you like yellow flowers . some fragrance also .
That's a pretty one, Rocco.
I have no idea what type of Den my NoID is... but its green-caned and does NOT like to get dry for more than a day (the leaves start to droop). How's that for odd? It's growing a new cane right now, too. Thought this was an odd time of year for it, isn't it?