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Coelogyne corymbosa-Spikes? or not spikes?

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    Hi all, i am told that this (mid winter) is the spiking season for coelogynes. My corymbosa has these little spikey bits on it, from the two main leads. Any ideas? This is my ONLY coelogyne, so thats why im asking

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    Looks like spikes Jordan, I hope so The plant is very healthy, nice plumped pseudobulbs.

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    ooh i really hope so too! I have seen pics of the flowers and i am just like The blooms are so awesome

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    I have to say, I agree with Eric, those pseudobulbs are gorgeous. So nice and plump and clear of any damage.

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    Its been growing in my bedroom, so there are no slugs or snails to eat into them

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    Oh, I hope they are spikes!!! How cool!

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    I am still in love with the pseudobulbs...................Jordan, did you clean them of old dry coverings?
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    Congrats looks like spikes, got 2 spikes.he.he.he well done Kiwi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Germinatorman View Post
    I am still in love with the pseudobulbs...................Jordan, did you clean them of old dry coverings?
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    Nope. the husks are small on this species, all the pseudobulbs have husks around them, they just sort of peel away. I agree though, they are rather nice pbulbs

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    Please keep us posted on the progress of the spikes Jordan.

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