Good morning! Good News! After a few frustrating seasons with my Sharry Baby and some good advice from my mentors here, it has finally decided to reward me with a few spikes. My questions are: 1). What determines which pseudobulbs will flower? I recently repotted her, and there are a good assortment of large orange-sized pseudobulbs in the center, thinner and taller pseudobulbs next to them and smaller ones on the periphery. None of the larger ones have ever flowered. 2). Is there a male/female kind of sexual dimorphism controlling which bulbs will bloom? 3). Is it too late for the larger ones that have never bloomed before? 4). Seems to have been a temperature trigger for this round of inflorescence. Is that the case with Sharry Baby?