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Repotted neo (now properly)

This is a discussion on Repotted neo (now properly) within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I've just repotted my neo falcata in a proper pot. I hope I did it ...

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    I've just repotted my neo falcata in a proper pot. I hope I did it properly since it's not too stable and the sphag is just draped around it.
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    Well, it looks good to me. Did you see RonYN's Neo Repotting Article? It might give you some pointers to make it more stable.

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    Looks like you did a nice job! With new root growth it will stabilize. I find that I need to repot these yearly

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    Might this be a spike? Fingers crossed.
    It's not putting out any roots at all, should I be worried?
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    I don't recall spikes emerging that direction. My recollection is that they bloom between the leaves facing laterally.
    Mine are all producing new roots. This time of the year I keep them constantly moist.

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    Mmm, I wonder what this is then. Hopefully not an alien.

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    Richard, time will tell...

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    I think this will be a late bloomer. The bud has moved 2mm from yesterday so it looks like it might still make it. That said, it's not really that warm here yet.
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    We love blooms all year round!!!

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    Here's an update in case any of the newer growers are wondering how the neo spikes mature.
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