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Old 06-24-2021, 03:35 PM
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I would answer, but right now Iím not speaking to you at the moment.
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... WW you are speaking for all of us !

Seriously, Keysguy... congratulations. Way below the crown that spike though, interesting.

Did your plant came with that moss or it was yourself?
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Am I the first?
Wow impressive! Maybe I need to take a lesson, say, what temps are you growing in?
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Just took a look at mine. Pretty sure I'm outta this project. In quarantine as of now, and probably pitching...



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Yikes! It looks eaten by something.
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Nope, not eaten by anything. And getting progressively more distinct. I have two newer leaves, and can't tell yet but pretty sure older leaf of the two is getting same splotches.
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ugh....weird and no bueno
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Just in hopes everyone hates me less....I've decided it's not a spike. I'm now 98% certain it's a keiki which I find interesting on a tiny plant like this.
It's definitely a leaf beginning to open so I don't know what else it could be.
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Ohh looks really terrible!! @WW

and @Keysguy...I have better news for you ... I do have a spike ..super mini tainy over a not so attractive plant with 2 buuuh leaves (who nominated this Phal, again ?????)



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Blaming it on yíall. I joined after and didnít vote!
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