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The age old cymbidium question: new growth or spike?

This is a discussion on The age old cymbidium question: new growth or spike? within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Well you know you're doing something right if you have new growth at all! Nice ...

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    Well you know you're doing something right if you have new growth at all! Nice growing; and your patience will eventually be rewarded

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    These should be spikes as this Cymbidium has just spent the summer putting out 4 new p.bulbs now its cooler its putting out flowers

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    First picture is definitely a bloom spike. ON the second it is a bit early to tell. Enjoy

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    Yes time will tell am hoping it's spikes as it's just had 4 P.bulbs added and it's the season for it now I just have to hope for a beautiful healthy spike and no nasty critters!

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