Dendrobium orchids make good houseplants and are fairly easy to grow, they are one of the most popular species of orchids. Their profuse, beautiful, delicately scented flowers produce a wonderful display for up to several months at a time. This article is going to walk you through how to care for Dendrobium Nobile orchids. In general, these orchids like small pots where their roots can be somewhat cramped, and they need to be by a bright window if you're keeping them indoors. Plan to water and feed your orchid often during the growing season but then back off in the winter months.
These plants generally send up at least one new upright cane each year. Don't cut off old canes, as they store nutrients and water to keep the orchid healthy. Old canes also will sometimes flower or produce tiny plants, called keikis, that can be potted on their own after they develop roots. The long-lasting sprays of flowers remain in bloom for roughly six to eight weeks, and they can make excellent cut flowers. In optimal conditions, your plant might bloom multiple times per year. If blooming seems suboptimal, try providing your orchid with more light.
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