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Old 09-23-2023, 01:39 PM
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Once the actual flowers start enlarging, the length of the spike shouldn't change much. I would not stake it. Roth should hold the spikes up naturally, it looks to be doing that here. Other Bulbo species tend to hang down, but I don't think this one will.
Looks around a week or so away from open flowers!
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Once the actual flowers start enlarging, the length of the spike shouldn't change much. I would not stake it. Roth should hold the spikes up naturally, it looks to be doing that here. Other Bulbo species tend to hang down, but I don't think this one will.
Looks around a week or so away from open flowers!
Thank you for the reply and advice. I wont stake it and prefer not to if unnecessary. Hopefully Ill be posting flowering pics in about a week.

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