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Neostylis Lou Sneary in spike

This is a discussion on Neostylis Lou Sneary in spike within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I'm always wishing my vanda types would bloom. The Neostylis I bought months back has ...

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    Default Neostylis Lou Sneary in spike

    I'm always wishing my vanda types would bloom. The Neostylis I bought months back has a nice spike growing. I'll be crossing my fingers...i'd love to see it bloom for me.

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    That's a very healthy plant and nice spike forming. Congrats Connie and don't forget to post pictures of the blooms.

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    Agree with Yew, awaiting the blooms. Good luck.

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    Awesome growing Connie!! I know you are excited.

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    COOL, nice plant and it looks so healthy and it has so many roots.

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    I have two of the smaller vandas...and they both have a ton of roots going all over. I was hoping these might do well for me. Thanks E1...I am excited, but nervous i'll ruin the spike somehow. I have done that before.

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    Default So far, So good....

    Woo Hoo...not only have I not ruined this little spike; the sister plant in the web pot is growing a spike now too! It's almost bloom time. I can see the largest bud beginning to separate along the edges. Maybe tomorrow...

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