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Unread 02-03-2013, 02:05 PM
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Default Neostylis Pinkie 'Starry Night' seedling IN SPIKE

Finally......the wait is over........
Neostylis Pinkie 'Starry Night' seedling IN SPIKE-lol-022.jpg Neostylis Pinkie 'Starry Night' seedling IN SPIKE-lol-023.jpg

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I would like to thank everyone who helped me try to get this seedling to bloom. Its been a long three years since I got this little rascal. I would like to thank cbuchman, whiterabbit, and dope.fatboy for giving me the information to apply to this orchid. Finally, I would like to thank all of you who did nothing and just sit back and watch my progress . Thank you!
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Patience my friend Now for the blooms. We are waiting with bated breath. Don't forget to post hoto
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Yes! Pictures please!
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Congrats!!! I'm curious to see the blooms, I bought the same one a year ago. Though I think I still have some waiting to do...
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Awesome!

Mine has been in spike forever, and growing very slowly. I think the two months (November, December) we had with very little sun didn't help any It's grown a bit since then ...

My Neostylis Lou Sneary also has a spike that has been veeeeeeeeeeeery slow
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My Pinkie is in spike to and it is taking soooooo long for it to grow out. I'm working on my patience...Not one of my virtues, I'm afraid.
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Hope yours does not let you wait too long-mine is sitting there -making a Spike-for 2 Months already too-very slooooooooow
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Good luck with your spike!

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I have one mounted. It started a short spike three months ago and has stopped developing any further after I neglected on watering a few times.
Dang!

Congrats on your spike though!
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Well done! Looking forward to the show!
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