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In a clockwise direction starting from the left we have the original orchid whose flowers are getting quite old, although a new bud can be seen on the right. The ‘Flare Spots’ keiki is next with its new flowers, next is the original ‘Flare Spots’, followed by the single miniature keiki. The single miniature is next and the twin miniature with the other full size phal in the last place. The only orchid still not ready for flowering is the other twin which has healthy well-developed leaves but no flower spikes as yet.

My growing conditions are still exactly the same, and I am confident that the eighth orchid will soon be flowering again.

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New Plant

New Plant

The ex Keiki (above) which I detached earlier in the month has already developed a flower spike, which can be clearly seen in the photograph (underneath the leaf on the right).

The parent plant (below) also appears to be doing well, as it too has developed a healthy looking, new, flower spike along with the one which is presently flowering!

My growing conditions appear to sustain overall growth, at the same time keeping the plants flowering.

Parent Plant

Parent Plant