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Discussion in 'Everything Else Orchid' started by Jon, May 2, 2009.
I would like to be the 16th person to know, thanks.
I don't know 15 other people, Floozo. Sorry.
We're all just ate up with anticipation.
I was the first to vote for new lead, so I think I need to be the first to know
I can tell, MJ. That's why you've posted to the thread 6 times.
Well, someone's got to make it look like somebody lives here.
I just got home and looked at my plant. I was mistaken. Oh well, good thing I only bet on my poker playing.
Because you were so sweet about asking for an update, MJ, this one's for you.
Plant sort of looks like it could possibly be Bulbophyllum pardalotum?
No. Though I was thinking I might grow it in similar conditions...
That is a new growth. And the brown tip dont look good. I would put some captan on that thing before it rots off.
It's supposed to look like that.
The tip has been brown the whole time, and the thingamabob is still growing. I'm not concerned.
It's growing, at any rate!
I guess it is new growth as well most of this shape bulbos has very thin - like hair spikes, dont they? And the roots are just under it...
Any way good luck
I have a Bulbo. sp. ex sumatra that throws quite a few new leads mid rhizome. Not a miniature but the leads look exactly like the photo.
I think they do, but I'm not sure this is quite like th eothers. The roots are there because they are all along the rhizome.
I don't suppose you'd be able to post a picture, would you? I'd like to see that.
These aren't great but you can get the idea. The bigger shoot is about 3cm back from the bulb. One one of the photo's you can see a new shoot starting.
There were a number of other leads ( I only purchased it 4 weeks ago), some had survived, some not.
Interestingly the new lead is black in colour until the leaf appears and the lead matures.
Huh. I've never seen that before. Thanks Clawd!