xr280xr wrote: I don't see any problems.Me, neither. The flowers are obviously dying - which is completely normal. The scar on the stem is from a leaf ripping away - again perfectly normal. (The leaves are stiff and downward pressure can cause them to rip partially or completely from the stem, leaving the corky scar. The plant is used to this. Dried up old leaves leave a similar mark.)
evenwind wrote:If the flowers looked fine on one day and half dead on the next, it might be a cold draft that did them in. It won't hurt the plant in the long run.Can also be caused by watering with cold water, exposure to gas or other fumes, or getting too dry.
14margarette wrote: This is the only flower that is left, the rest dries-off.Why did you post a pic of your dendrobium? Do you think there is something wrong with it?
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