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Unread 01-11-2014, 09:17 AM
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Default Can someone identify these new growths

Hi, do you these are keikis or a branch of inflorescences?



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It's a little early to tell but they look like secondary flower spikes to me. Enjoy.
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I agree with Tucker - looks like flower spikes to me.
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OK, thanks. That's good for me!
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I agree with the other two, it's got the overlapping folds that I've been told are on spike buds. Good luck, looks great!
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My daughter has the same thing happening on her orchid...more flowers! Congratulations!
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