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Old 05-06-2018, 09:44 PM
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I’m new to growing Angraecum’s so does anyone else know if these little nubs are spikes or new growths on my Angraecum Didieri?
May be to early ttell but I thought I would ask!
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I don't know, but few plants that size of any kind would ever push that many new growths. I'm betting flowers.
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I find with this species that the nubs appear and then will differentiate either into new growths or blooms dependent on environmental factors e.g. temperature/water/possibly fertilizer. I have yet to identify what the trigger is, exactly. I agree that's a blooming sized plant - good luck!
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I find with this species that the nubs appear and then will differentiate either into new growths or blooms dependent on environmental factors e.g. temperature/water/possibly fertilizer. I have yet to identify what the trigger is, exactly. I agree that's a blooming sized plant - good luck!
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Noticed one of the nuns at the bottom has a root frowning out of it this A.M.!
Also the nub at the top seems to be growing faster compared to the others!
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