I have sort of been watching my Ancistrochilus rothschildianus as it put out a new growth. It wasn't one that I had seen before, it had much more leaf than it should have and was originating from the wrong spot. Not from a viable location on any of the old bulbs. Then it sent up a spike from the center of the growth. I've seen this happen on an out of season bloom so I reasoned that with all the anomalies its an out of season growth that afforded itself so much vascular tissue. Little did I know. A stinking Habenaria began life in the Ancistrochilus's pot. Where it came from? Seed? I have no idea. We've the ubiquitous Habenaria rhodocheila of which this is not. It gives me hope we don't completely command what flowers will be pollinated and which seeds will germinate. Hats off to you Habenaria x you did it.