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This is a discussion on spike from a bare bulb, Catasetum Penang within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; i divided this ctsm penang, only to find a few months later it grew a ...
i divided this ctsm penang, only to find a few months later it grew a spike and not a growth. it has no roots with it initially, but as the spike mature, two roots started to emerge from the bottom of the spike
usually i do not recommend to keep a spike that emerge from a barebulb because it will use up much of the bulb reserve.
however, curiosity kills a fish...i did it anyway. hehe
These plants never cease to amaze me.
cool bloom too, love it
Wow. have not seen blooming from a bare bulb. thanks for sharing
WICKED!!!! From this we can say Mother Nature is still and undeniably the Mother, we have no control over her.