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Dendrobium (no ID) new growth

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    Looks very nice

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    Hello! A new update to this orchid. This is how it looks now. In the newest cane, something started to grow up in the upper part, could it be (finally) a flower spike?
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    Yes, indeed its a spike!

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    Yeah, it's definitely a spike!
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    It does look like a spike but don't be too surprised if it starts sprouting roots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris in Hamilton View Post
    It does look like a spike but don't be too surprised if it starts sprouting roots
    I hope not I want flowers!!

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    An update!
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    A new picture! Looks like it's almost ready.

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    Won't be long! Am I seeing a lot more orchids in your collection now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris in Hamilton View Post
    Won't be long! Am I seeing a lot more orchids in your collection now?
    Yes, I have a few more orchids (11). Currently I have this dendrobium, the phalaenopsis, the renanthera/arachnis, the oncidium, the laelia undulata [and the other cutting which might be the same type of orchid], the epidendrum, the cattleya mossiae, and two encyclia cordigera (my profile picture). I've another cattleya, but it was not a properly done cutting. It's two cuttings of two pseudobulbs each and a single pseudobulb. All these cuttings didn't had any alive roots, but they are doing fine by now. Even the single pseudobulb started a new growth. I'll post some pictures of it one of these days.

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