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Old 06-11-2018, 12:10 PM
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Can't take credit. This was in low spike when I got it. I notice, however, some of the flowers are stuck together. Is this a first bloom thing or cultural?
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Very nice! I just got one of these a couple months ago. Mine was in bud, too. Sadly, it only had three buds, and two of them blasted on me, but I did enjoy the one pretty flower. Yours looks like a more mature plant than mine, which only has two leaves. Are the leaves on yours mottled? It doesn't look like it in the picture, but I know sometimes pics don't show all the details.

I understand this variety is supposed to be a lot more compact than the standard Phal. stuartiana. I hope that's true!
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They are not mottled yet. Plus, it's not under high light, which might bring out the mottling. They are, however, very dark.
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