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Old 05-18-2023, 02:17 PM
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Hello - I spotted what I think looks like a spike, thoughts?
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Looks more like a new growth to me, but only time will tell!
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Patience... Let the plant tell you what it is.
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So it's been a month since I posted, is it any more obvious what this could be?
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Gettin' there but to me looks like new growth. Years ago I read and have found that new spikes resemble "mittens". But as Roberta said let it do its thing. And it's fun to wait! Mine is also making me wait it out.
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id say growth as well. but dont dispair- the more growths the more energy and that makes more flowers down the line
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Does look more like a growth. For Elizabeth Ann, it is still a pretty small plant. So patience!
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I agree, My B. Longissimum (which the B. Elizabeth should have a lineage of) have similar growth habit. I saw the spike tuck between the crevasses of the bulb in the first pict so it's defenitely a new growth after the previous bloom.

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That makes sense PuiPuiMolcar, thank you one and all for your input.
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