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Old 06-12-2018, 05:33 PM
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Looking great!
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Probably, due to its small size, it won't bloom soon from this growth.
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But it's always good to have more than one growth
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Hello, my friends

This winter my Catt had 3 new growths, two of them with blooms. It means 9 flowers instead of the usual 3 or 4. It started to grow also from the other extremity of the rhizome.
So, now I'm anxiously waiting to see what will happen this summer as it is growing huge...

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Spectacular! Well done!
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Update on this one...this Catt started a new lead, maybe 2 years ago...it has now two new pbulbs from this lead and today I noticed a bloom from the youngest with a new feature from this plant... I couldn't notice a sheath.
The bloom is really small, comparing with the ones from the main lead (maybe five times smaller). But it will bloom for sure...

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True ....... if the small bulbs and small leaves develop spikes ....... the flowers will generally be significantly smaller than on the big bulbs/big leaves.
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