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Old 06-05-2018, 06:11 PM
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Please help identify this growth. The mother plant is very happy and healthy..
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Old 06-05-2018, 06:21 PM
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A keiki in bloom?

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This is so embarassing i am unable to share the picture. Everytime i copy and paste the photobucket link my post gets denied. Please help.

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Omg it worked! Please help identify.

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I agree it looks like a bloom. But no spike, just a crazy growth in between the leaves. The mother is healthy and all roots are bright green. Large leaves. Reliable bloomer.

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All three nodes sprouted keikeis after i clipped the tip of her bloom spike. I guess i just need to wait and see what that growth is going to be
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It does look like a bloom. Even without a spike, you can enjoy the vigor your plant is showing! Over time, the keiki will get bigger, grow roots, and give you another plant, or make the parent plant bigger.
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