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Old 10-16-2008, 09:07 PM
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Anybody who wants to post pictures of their blooming INTERMEDIATE Mystery Project plant or discuss it can do so in this thread...

DON'T talk about it in the regular forums PLEASE!

let the show begin...
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Old 11-11-2008, 03:19 PM
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This is a picture of my Intermediate growing mystery plant. I have had a spike for about two weeks anyway and today I noticed another spike!!!! Sorry about the quality of the picture. It is just such a teensy weensy!
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Hey Kiki et al...
Anyone seen any blooms on their plants yet? I have two definite spikes, and a "maybe" third... they just keep getting longer, though now I can finally see individual buds. Just a FYI...I have been growing this little guy out in my GH (if it's what I think it is, it can handle cool temps); it's been taking 44F nights with no problems, and just seems to be chugging away
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If it is what I think it is then cooler temps will intensify the flower color.
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Mine is coming, but slowly. I am starting to see signs of an actual bud at the end of each spikes. No coloring or distinction just yet. Perhaps by....what year are we now? Perhaps during 2009.
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I think glaciers move at a faster pace than these go from spike to flower!
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I find that cooler temps tend to intensify the color of most plants blooms...orchids or not...
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here is an updated photo of my intermediate plant.
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I have a bud on my intermediate mystery plant!
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