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brassia verrucosa flower spike or new growth

This is a discussion on brassia verrucosa flower spike or new growth within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; i guess this question is asked by everyone who is waiting for spikes to appear ...

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    Default brassia verrucosa flower spike or new growth

    i guess this question is asked by everyone who is waiting for spikes to appear on their orchidsName:  2015-05-31 09.53.08.jpg
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    Looks like new growth to me.

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    Concur with Harvey. looks like a new growth

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    New growth. I would expect a flower spike to come from between that leaf on the right and the pseudobulb.

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    yep i agree with all

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