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Is this a normal stem?

This is a discussion on Is this a normal stem? within the Breeding & Hybridization forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; you can find the how to mount an orchid in the orchid article library btw...

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    you can find the how to mount an orchid in the orchid article library btw

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    here is one i mounted from a keiki...it is about 5/6 months after being removed from the mother plant in this pic...sorry quality is poor...just my phone cam...

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    one more...this one is actually two keikis, that grew very close, this is the day i removed them from the mother, you can see the length of the roots leaves pretty well...again sorry about the cam phone

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    Thank you!
    I'm watching it closely, I guess I'll have to wait for a while

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    Leaves are growing. It's a keiki. I don't see any new roots yet.

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    I agree with Aja it's keiki through my experience some hybrids when condition is not favorable for example carried seeds or the environment is not conducive instead of giving buds it will produce keiki.Zain

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