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Old 12-15-2008, 08:24 AM
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Here are a couple of pictures of my intermediate plant blossom. Comparing it to the photo on Andy's site it appears to be about half open. It will easily sit on your pinky fingernail when fully open. I first noticed the tiny spike on Sept. 26, so it will take a full 90 days plus to full bloom.

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Awesome Al!
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Congrats, Al...what a cutie!
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I guess it's time for this little ones to bloom. Mine finally has a spike that's growing at a steady phase. I will say a week or so before I see buds but the wait has been worth it. As for the warm grower what I thought to be spikes were 2 new growths.
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WooHoo, Al! Well done!!! I'm gonna have to go and check mine more closely....
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I have two buds on mine but they just sit there. someday my bloom will come! yep. I feel lucky.
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That is just too cute Al...Now I am waiting with bated breath for mine to pop open those tiny little flowers!
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Nicely done Al! It's very pretty!

Mine has 3 spikes. 1 has actual buds I can see now. The other 2 are still pretty tight. I think if they all bloom and stay open at the same time it will be very pretty. I'm very happy with this little plant.
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Mine is in bud now too, the spurs are just forming on the buds. I'll take another pic when they open.
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