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Old 08-19-2022, 06:18 AM
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had this for a few months now. When It arrived like many of the other plants, it came with heat stressed set of leaves. Cut em off. Right where I cut the shoot, A root popped out then this. Its been so long I'm sorry, is it New shoot or a bloom?
It would just make my day if I got this to gimme a flower.
Regardless, Im glad to see this plant is accepting me.

this is one of Peter T. Lins "cattleya acliandae 'Super' 4N."

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It's a new growth. With every new growth there's a possibility to have a sheath. With every sheath there's a possibility to have a spike.
So, it's a new growth that might develop (or not) a spike.
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Definitely a rhizome, but it looks like the meristem has been broken out of it.
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Aclandiae opens its leaves while simultaneously blooming. Buds will form inside the new growth as its maturing and the emerge as the leaves open. Itís like a slow motion bloom vomit, or at least thatís how it seems to work in my broken brain. 😅😅
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Aclandiae opens its leaves while simultaneously blooming. Buds will form inside the new growth as its maturing and the emerge as the leaves open. Itís like a slow motion bloom vomit, or at least thatís how it seems to work in my broken brain. 😅😅
So, no sheath?
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Aclandiae opens its leaves while simultaneously blooming. Buds will form inside the new growth as its maturing and the emerge as the leaves open. Itís like a slow motion bloom vomit, or at least thatís how it seems to work in my broken brain. 😅😅
You're sick Stephen.🤮
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Also correct! 🤣😂
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"bloom vomit". great name for a ball headed girl in a punk rock band.

ahhh I see now. I tried to find pics of them coming into bloom but alas only pics of the flowers after the fact.

Its sticky and goopy. Thats a good sign its been eating well.

Im gonna name this one "Lieutenant Dan"... cus he growed new legs..



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Seconding "bloom vomit" - that's definitely the best thing I've seen today!!

I have 2 aclandiaes. I hope I can keep them alive long enough to bloom!

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