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Old 11-12-2019, 05:14 PM
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Yes, my intention to keep them together is to have a clump of flowers.
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...there are two plants in the pot...
Does that mean two, separate clusters of plants, or was it two fans on one plant to start?

If it is a single colony sharing resources via rhizomes, definitely keep it as one. If it is two, smaller colonies sharing a pot, you're better off separating them, if for no other reason that they are "backups" for each other in case of a health issue.
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I have a smaller Leeanum, but I have a Paph NItens (P. insigne x villosum) that tends to hang together and is on its way to becoming a specimen (though it has a ways to go to be like the plant that it came from that wasn't repotted for years.. by a friend... because it was too big to lift) When it was finally repotted the piece I got just fell off... but these P. insigne primaries can get really big... when repotting, if a piece falls off, pot it separate as a backup. But if it doesn't fall apart naturally, it's capable of having many attached growths.
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There are two separate clusters of plants.
That's one thing to consider.
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