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Angraecum didieri spikes or roots?

This is a discussion on Angraecum didieri spikes or roots? within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; Yours looks just like mine, so I am hoping the consensus that they are spikes ...

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    Yours looks just like mine, so I am hoping the consensus that they are spikes holds true!

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    Dear Yew
    Thank you kindly for the congratulations. I feel that those congratulation should be directed toward the plant and not me. All I did was water when it was dry and gave it plenty of light. If it blooms, it will be my first didieri bloom. I have bloomed one or two angracums before, but not a didieri. I hear that it is slow, so I must be patient and keep my fingers crossed that the spikes or bud don't blast.Thank you again.

    Kathi, that does seem to be the consensus from the people show would know, so I am going with that to. I've been told to keep the humidity up with plenty of air movement. sitting at 70% humidity now and many fans running all over the place. I also her take your time because they are slow bloomer once they spike. Have a wonderful day.

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