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Dendrobium sanguinolentum

Ok, I have had a plant of this for a while. It is new to me and very limited information appears to be available on culture.

One site tells me that they may be deciduous over winter. Does anyone know for sure?

Any tips for this one, I am struggling to find much but they obviously normally grow hot.
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I found this. Hope it helps. Really like the colors on this.

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I found this. Hope it helps. Really like the colors on this.

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Hi and thanks for the link. I found that as well and it's helpful.

Another site suggested deciduous but that one doesn't really say either way.

Hmmmm I will keep searching.......it must be a reasonably rare plant.
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Ah just did another search and found a site with the full plant in flower. The flowering canes don't have leaves so I should be ok.........phew!!!

Was getting worried.
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I just looked at the picture of this...very pretty!
Good luck with it!
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I just looked at the picture of this...very pretty!
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Thanks, I will need it. I went crazy buying Dendrobiums over our summer but now heading into winter I have been looking up the culture and maybe overcommitted to some and should have done my research first.....
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I find that some plants adapt well to less than ideal conditions while others might suffer and recover. Trying new plants is what makes life interesting.
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