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tiny orchid keiki

This is a discussion on tiny orchid keiki within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Wasn't sure where to post this...I found this keiki on a discarded cane from my ...

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    Wasn't sure where to post this...I found this keiki on a discarded cane from my dendrobium that I repotted. It was sitting on a bookshelf in my office for what must have been well over a month. I had it in a container for a few weeks and today decided to do this. Thought it might have a better chance this way. I hate to toss things out with the trash regardless of how hopeless they may seem...I figure that if it does anything, I will eventually put it on a piece of driftwood. Any advice from those who have dealt with keikis this small is certainly welcome. Name:  dend keiki.JPG
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    Wow, that is tiny! It still looks healthy, so keep doing what you are doing.

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    Jason, it has very healthy roots...that means that before long you will have another orchid plant...Congradulations! Betty :-)

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