Cutting Dendrobium Orchid canes – When & how

Today we take a look at one of my Dendrobiums who is in need of a few cosmetic touches.
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Dendrobium canes generally should not be cut at all as long as they are alive and healthy. They store water and nutrients and produce new growths. They are essential to orchid development.

With time though they will get damaged and even die off. It is now when it is ok to cut them. if they are dried, dead or diseased, it is advisable to cut them. Not to mention the orchid will look better!

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