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Hi, all,

I have had my dendrobiums growing in full morning sun, hanging such that all
have no crowding from eachother. This morning, while watering, I saw a strange
sight that I have never seen in my plants.

My dendrobiums are all coming into the bloom cycle, but this plant is a first
for me. The plant is Den. Isami Doi (Den. Jacqualin Thomas x Den. gouldii
'Blue Hawaii').

Any comments as to why this curvature should happen on a plant that is not
crowded or hindered in any way. Also note that there are two other stem
growths from the same cane, with no apparent 'twisting'.

Chris in Central Florida
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