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Bc. (Little Stars x Maikai) 'Hawaii'

This is a discussion on Bc. (Little Stars x Maikai) 'Hawaii' within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; That's wonderful!...

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    That's wonderful!

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    That is awesome! Ditto to what bench72 said. Its like having 2 plants in one.

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    Pretty !!
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    thankyou for welcoming us to the forum.

    Thankyou yahoo web search for helping find this killer site.

    we bought ours last year @ a spring festival as a seedling. has really taken off this last year.

    it is planted in a small wood basket w/ moss. the roots are growing out & around the basket it is really neat.

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    Red face Now that I've been reading around the site......



    So, here is a link above of a picture of the spike on the Little Stars x Maikai. My question to you all---should we cut off the spike and let the plant grow some more?

    Looking at the blooming pictures above, I think our baby is still too small?

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