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Can anyone please tell me what this is?

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    Default Can anyone please tell me what this is?

    I do not have patience Can I hope to see them blossom. It is Pleurothallis pisinna.
    I do not know what it is burgundy part
    Can someone help me?
    Thank you in advance!




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    I have no knowledge of this species, I did look it up and it says it blooms late fall and winter. That burgundy part looks like a new root which is a good thing as it looks very healthy. Are those thin tan pieces old spikes?

    You have to learn to have patience in this hobby, it can get frustrating when we don't see blooms.

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    Thank you! I just joked that I can not wait I would be glad if it had inflorescence. Yes, this those thin tan pieces is old spikes.
    I read on orchidspecies they blooms in the late fall winter and spring.

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    With those being old spikes I would expect that you will see some blooms this next blooming season, I am sure you will post when the bloom for you, will look forward to that day.

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    I sure as will post when will bloom .There I hope to be inflorescentas 98% say it is ...but sometimes 2% overthrows** the 98%
    I hope someone confirm my hunch.

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