After a couple of years effort, I think I've got a bloom stalk starting on
my four-year-old phaelenopsis. It looks much like an "air root" but is
coming out of the plant through a leaf up higher on the stalk.
Do you think??? Or is it just another air root.
If it's really going to bloom, I owe it to the use of an orchid fertilizer
(30-10-10) recommended by a local green thumb.
What does it look like? Gray with a green tip? If so i's a root. If not
I find these to be real hard to get to bloom. I've yet to get my 3 year
old one to bloom. My 3 year old dendrobium is finally setting a bloom
It appears all green to me and is almost an inch long now, still pointing
up, but prevented from growing down by lying along the central spine of a
leaf. I'm starting to have my doubts about it being a bloom stalk.
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