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Phal owner in need of help! :)

This is a discussion on Phal owner in need of help! :) within the Phalaenopsis ('moth orchid') Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; You are one lucky phal orchid owner to have an abundance of flowers and keikis. ...

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    mujacko2002 is offline Senior Member
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    You are one lucky phal orchid owner to have an abundance of flowers and keikis. Congrats! Godbless!

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    Thanks for sharing the information and photos and please keep posting about your success

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    That's incredible! How are they doing now? I'd love to hear about the keiki you had to repot--did it live? I have a Sogo Cherry phal--it stopped blooming ages ago, but the spike was still green. I finally got tired of looking at it and cut it off above the last node--getting rid of the terminal bud and the places where the flowers had been. Something is happening at that node now. Too soon to say what, but SOMETHING looks like it wants to grow. I really hope it will be a keiki--if it's a flower spike, I will probably cut it off to let the plant rest (don't know how old it is, and I had to repot it shortly after I bought it to save it from mossy medium. I saved it just in time, while its sibling wasn't so lucky).

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    veyr nice Phal you got there... she loves to have many keikis and bloom, just sopport her with all she needs like water, fertilizer etc etc and averything will be fine.

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