Lucky you, Happy! My WBW bud first blasted and too late, I discovered the reason for that, was that the growth was infested with rot There is a tiny new growth - and now I'll just consider myself a lucky man, if I succeed in saving the plant. Please, wish me luck!So, three buds on my WBW. Both multis are about to open in about a week or so.
Wössner Favourite and Dick Wagner is almost there, too.
The rest are either barely moved or none at all.
I used to have a large bottle of 100% DB at hand for such emergency situations. It was bought pre-covid... as I ran out of it recently, I couldn't find, this side of the pond, any reasonably priced products of decent quality. I don't know, whether this might be due to shortage, delivery problems or because the inflation made the price skyrocket? Good, you reminded me, Angela! I'll go check, whether the situation has changed! I do very much need to reinstate my old anti-rot routine: Dragon Blood (Croton lechleri) and ground cinnamon!See if you can find some Dragon's Blood to keep on hand for such accidents.
I'm fine with the shouldered look as that is expected being half anitum as you say. and I've seen much worse!The petals may yet fix themselves. I wouldn't worry about the shouldered look, that's just your typical WBW.