I have a small den. moniliforme, with four relatively established pseudobulbs. It flowered well a couple of months ago and seems happy. But it is now producing several keikis, including two on the biggest pb. This seems to be since spring conditions have made for quite a bit more afternoon light in its growing area. Are these keikis a likely sign of distress, or quite normal for this plant? I have searched and found quite a bit of contradictory info on the web, and am a bit concerned that it has gone into stress and is trying to replicate before it gives up before it goes to the great big compost heap in the sky. Anyone familiar with these have any thoughts?
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