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New Growth

This is a discussion on New Growth within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; That was quick! I would swear that as if a week ago this new growth ...

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    That was quick! I would swear that as if a week ago this new growth on my LC Tropical Angel x (too lazy to go look) was not there. Now there are two new growths and they are each about 1" long. Just had to share the excitement. Tis the season.


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    Hey, congrats!

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    Absolutely! When spring arrives and the growing season hits, those growths will just spring up! A few months from now they should bloom!

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    Congrates! Do you have any photos of the plant in bloom?

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    It has never bloomed for me. Keeping my fingers crossed though. I don't grow many from Catt alliance but I have heard that some will bloom on new growth, some on old growths, etc... How can I know what to expect? Thanks

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