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Old 05-11-2022, 09:52 PM
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Wow, that's a nice flower spike on a plant that can't be very old. I'll try and remember to take a pic of my plant and post it. I got mine from Ecuagenera exactly 3 years ago.
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Old 05-12-2022, 11:44 AM
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Back again! DeaC --- this one is pretty short, approximately 20 cm or so.

I put it next to an Fdk. After Dark that is just starting to open the flowers. It's been rainy in Queensland for the past few days. The Fdk. got wet by the rain.

TY for taking the time to do this comparison. I need scale
(except for gingercat of course)but think my space is too limited inside. The few vandas and stanhopeas I have are stretching their toes hanging outside now. NJ temps have been chilly so in and out they go.
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Wow, that's a nice flower spike on a plant that can't be very old. I'll try and remember to take a pic of my plant and post it. I got mine from Ecuagenera exactly 3 years ago.
Totally agree KG. I think this one is a relatively young one. Will be excellent to see a pic of the one you acquired from Ecuagenera later!

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I need scale (except for gingercat of course) but think my space is too limited inside.
This one isn't much bigger than gingercat in horizontal dimensions. I put some food for gingercat to stay still - for size comparisons haha. Gingercat is on the small side. So not much taller than a small size cat. The leaves just do the regular fan out, like a vanda.

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Old 05-15-2022, 10:16 AM
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Here it is SP. I guess it's not that much bigger. I must have been thinking about a different plant. I know my houlettiana has become a behemoth.

Anyway, I believe that's a kiki I see coming along there on the left side about halfway up?????
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Here it is SP. I guess it's not that much bigger. I must have been thinking about a different plant. I know my houlettiana has become a behemoth.

Anyway, I believe that's a kiki I see coming along there on the keft side about halfway up?????
Nice one KG!! Thanks for posting that pic. Very nice, and looking strong! That's excellent a keiki is really growing half-way up. It's doing really well over there.
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