Well, Aerangis citrata now has a second spike. Pretty nice since the first one has stalled. This tends to be pretty common. It will eventually complete it's development, but the second one may overtake the first (also pretty common.) This is what happened last year as well.
The new Amesiella monticola (the replacement) now is starting to spike! More later.
Ceratocentron fesselii appears to have two new spikes developing, a first for this one.
Tuberolabium kotoense is also starting to spike. A first for this one as well.
The spike on Angraecum didieri continues to elongate. It usually speeds up development at this stage.
I made cuttings of several Jewell Orchids and set them in the same pots to increase the growing shoots.
5 years ago