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This is a discussion on where does a spike grow from on a cattleya within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; I'm aware of that. The unifolate pictured also has some leads with buds and no ...
I'm aware of that. The unifolate pictured also has some leads with buds and no sheath. I was just trying to show where the flowers originate on the pseudobulb. I didn't mean to imply that all catts produced a sheath.
Thank you all very much...your knowledge and espec.the pics, are of great help...I've been researching the orchids I've had, with information I have, in google, and find threads in the past RVO-OTF, that gives me the information I'm looking for...like, I found yeaterday one of mine is a - Blc. Alma Kee 'tipmalee'...as for others, I'll need to wait for them to bloom someday, then I can post pics and see if you all can indentify them also...thanks again.