Den nobile

Den nobile

am 11.07.2006 00:40:26 von BetsyB

A couple years ago my Den Nobile grew a bunch of keikis. I had given them
all away. Now one of the babies is full grown and is growing parts I never
saw before. The stem is cane like but in the middle is somethiing like a
partially deflated baloon. Will a flower be coming some time soon. Having
only one flower to my credit, I cannot answer this gal? Any thoughts or is a
opicture needed?

Betsy

--
I am beginning to wonder how four years
with no Governor in NJ would be?

Betsy

Re: Den nobile

am 11.07.2006 20:24:25 von Diana Kulaga

Betsy,

I'm not picturing what you are describing, but I can tell you that in
general, Nobile type Dends normally bloom after a winter dry rest. So I
would rather doubt that it's about to flower.

Also, Nobile canes do have a tendency to look kind of wierd, LOL! If that
cane is not soft or shrivelled I probably wouldn't be too concerned.

Diana

Re: Den nobile

am 12.07.2006 02:21:28 von Susan Erickson

On Tue, 11 Jul 2006 14:24:25 -0400, "Diana Kulaga"
<> wrote:

>Betsy,
>
>I'm not picturing what you are describing, but I can tell you that in
>general, Nobile type Dends normally bloom after a winter dry rest. So I
>would rather doubt that it's about to flower.
>
>Also, Nobile canes do have a tendency to look kind of wierd, LOL! If that
>cane is not soft or shrivelled I probably wouldn't be too concerned.
>
>Diana
>

Some of them just need a very restricted watering schedule and some
need to go drink free for 3-5 months. Do you have a name for this
hybrid or is it the nobile species? Could the oddity be a keiki that
is developing 1/2 way up the cane instead of at ground level?
SuE

Re: Den nobile

am 12.07.2006 03:16:35 von BetsyB

I will go back tomorrow and take a picture. Much better than my explanation.
I told her what you had told me about holding off the feeding and water from
Halloween till mid Jan but I think she didn't remember.

--
I am beginning to wonder how four years
with no Governor in NJ would be?

Betsy
"Susan Erickson" <> wrote in message
news:
> On Tue, 11 Jul 2006 14:24:25 -0400, "Diana Kulaga"
> <> wrote:
>
>>Betsy,
>>
>>I'm not picturing what you are describing, but I can tell you that in
>>general, Nobile type Dends normally bloom after a winter dry rest. So I
>>would rather doubt that it's about to flower.
>>
>>Also, Nobile canes do have a tendency to look kind of wierd, LOL! If that
>>cane is not soft or shrivelled I probably wouldn't be too concerned.
>>
>>Diana
>>
>
> Some of them just need a very restricted watering schedule and some
> need to go drink free for 3-5 months. Do you have a name for this
> hybrid or is it the nobile species? Could the oddity be a keiki that
> is developing 1/2 way up the cane instead of at ground level?
> SuE
>

Re: Den nobile

am 12.07.2006 05:25:59 von Susan Erickson

On Tue, 11 Jul 2006 21:16:35 -0400, "betsyb"
<> wrote:

>I will go back tomorrow and take a picture. Much better than my explanation.
>I told her what you had told me about holding off the feeding and water from
>Halloween till mid Jan but I think she didn't remember.

Don't post a picture here. This group can not take binaries. Either
post it on Alt.binaries.pictures.orchids or post it on a website and
give us the reference.

SuE

Re: Den nobile

am 12.07.2006 15:48:29 von BetsyB

Some things I NEVER forget. Right, Mick?

--
I am beginning to wonder how four years
with no Governor in NJ would be?

Betsy
"Susan Erickson" <> wrote in message
news:
> On Tue, 11 Jul 2006 21:16:35 -0400, "betsyb"
> <> wrote:
>
>>I will go back tomorrow and take a picture. Much better than my
>>explanation.
>>I told her what you had told me about holding off the feeding and water
>>from
>>Halloween till mid Jan but I think she didn't remember.
>
> Don't post a picture here. This group can not take binaries. Either
> post it on Alt.binaries.pictures.orchids or post it on a website and
> give us the reference.
>
> SuE
>

Re: Den nobile

am 12.07.2006 19:17:50 von BetsyB

Pics posted

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I am beginning to wonder how four years
with no Governor in NJ would be?

Betsy
"betsyb" <> wrote in message
news:
> Some things I NEVER forget. Right, Mick?
>
> --
> I am beginning to wonder how four years
> with no Governor in NJ would be?
>
> Betsy
> "Susan Erickson" <> wrote in message
> news:
>> On Tue, 11 Jul 2006 21:16:35 -0400, "betsyb"
>> <> wrote:
>>
>>>I will go back tomorrow and take a picture. Much better than my
>>>explanation.
>>>I told her what you had told me about holding off the feeding and water
>>>from
>>>Halloween till mid Jan but I think she didn't remember.
>>
>> Don't post a picture here. This group can not take binaries. Either
>> post it on Alt.binaries.pictures.orchids or post it on a website and
>> give us the reference.
>>
>> SuE
>>
>
>

Re: Den nobile

am 12.07.2006 20:21:17 von Diana Kulaga

> I am beginning to wonder how four years
> with no Governor in NJ would be?<

Hah! Less expensive, for sure! Your Governors seem to have a tendency toward
raising your taxes when they wake up every morning!

Diana <G>

Re: Den nobile

am 12.07.2006 21:08:26 von BetsyB

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I am beginning to wonder how four years
with no Governor in NJ would be?

Betsy
"Diana Kulaga" <> wrote in message
news:e4btg.22257$
>> I am beginning to wonder how four years
>> with no Governor in NJ would be?<
>
> Hah! Less expensive, for sure! Your Governors seem to have a tendency
> toward raising your taxes when they wake up every morning!
>
> Diana <G>


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