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Thread: Rhynchostylis gigantea: root or flower bud?

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    Default Rhynchostylis gigantea: root or flower bud?

    root or flower bud?
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    Looks more like the start of a flower spike than root to me.

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    Yes more lie a spike!

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    That's a spike. It will grow extremely slowly and the flowers will open earliest in about two months. Mine is at the same stage.

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    Spike
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    looks like a spike

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    from today's photo, can see the multi-layers at the tip
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    An incredibly synchronized species regardless of the location in the world. Here is mine as of this morning:

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    to see your flowers soon

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    My guess is that the first flower opens sometime in January.

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