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Sedirea Japonica won't bloom

This is a discussion on Sedirea Japonica won't bloom within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; Originally Posted by stacey8989 Mine is a lot smaller than Rob's, but here's a pic: ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stacey8989 View Post
    Mine is a lot smaller than Rob's, but here's a pic:
    I'd say yours looks happier than mine though, Stacey. When it does bloom, I'm sure you'll be well rewarded for your good growing.

    Cheers,

    Rob

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    Seeing the picture, it is possible that hte plant just isn't quite mature enough. It looks happy though--so maybe this is just one of those plants that is helping you culitivate patience along with orchids.

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    Hey all! Thanks for your comments, I really appreciate it. Mine looks more like staceys - its short and has compact roundish leaves, as opposed to larger narrower longer leaves like Robs. The funny thing is though, it was in spike when I bought it, so I know its mature enough, the little bugger. I'm gonna give it until April, which will be 3 years I've had it, and if it doesn't bloom by then, maybe I'll put it up on orchid bids because i could really use some space.

    Actually, wait! There is something about this plant that is unusual, and I didn't mention it - its compotted with a mini dend 'purple pixie' or whatever that cultivar is called. They are both very small...but could the presence of another plant be effecting it?

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