|Dendrobium harveyanum keiki producing a second cane, because it has substantial |
roots it can be removed with little fear that it wiil die.
|Keikis from unbloomed stem of Dendrobium Yellow Chinsai, probably caused |
by too much nitrogen in the fertilized applied late in the growing season
|Dendrobium anosmum keikis, these are tiny and have little green tissue to support |
independent growth removing keikis this size is not adviced.
|Dendrobium anosmum keiki, this plant has a good size for a keiki and a significant growht of roots. It can be removed with confidence that it has enough reserves to start growing idenpendently|
|These Dendrobium anosmum keikl have three canes with means they are over due for removal |
from the cane, the original cane has decayed completely.
|Dendrobium primulinum keiki, although on the small side for a keike the fact that it has two canes |
will help this plant adapt to independent living without too much trouble.