Dendrobium anosum (Hono Hono) Nestor ‘NN’, orchid plant

January 8, 2020 - Comment

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 The first 2 pictures are of of the flower of this cross. The rest of the photos are of the auction plants which have at least 2 growing points, some have 3. These plants have green leaves at the time of the listing (9/27/18) but will become deciduous soon.

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 The first 2 pictures are of of the flower of this cross. The rest of the photos are of the auction plants which have at least 2 growing points, some have 3. These plants have green leaves at the time of the listing (9/27/18) but will become deciduous soon. By the end of November, the leaves should be turning yellow and fall off. This is normal for these plants and not a sign of a defective product. Watering and fertilizing should be reduced and the plants need a dryer period. By Aptil/May flower buds will appear on the old, leafless canes. Flowers will last a month and are very fragrant. At the time of the end of the bloom, new growths will appear. Only then should vigorous watering and fertilizing be resumed.. THESE PLANTS ARE NOT IN SPIKE OR BLOOM. I will ship them bare root within 4 days of receiving funds. At this time, Jan 14/2019, they are completely deciduous and leafless. By now, most have started new growth. If I feel the roots are at least 1″ long, I will ship it moist, otherwise still dry and do not water until the new ROOTS are 1″ long. I normally ship within 4 business days, weather permitted. If night temperatures are below freezing, I refrain from doing so. You may purchase a heating pad (separate listing) if you want me to ship anyway.

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