Micranthum var eburneum

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NEslipper

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Just getting around to posting these now. I bought this in bloom in September 2019, and it was described as a “reliable bloomer”. Sure enough, a year later it sent up another spike and bloomed! The spike developed in July-October 2020, which are the hottest months in my grow area, so it was much lighter colored than the first bloom. It seems like a vigorous clone, and it has since sent up a new growth and two runners have popped up elsewhere in the pot. If it stays “reliable”, it will always have a place on my windowsill!
Bloom when purchasedBE2EBBCD-82FC-4614-90A4-40B717544561.jpegfirst bloom in my careF1364F7B-06E5-482F-B685-19897FA01F0D.jpeg1C187C69-E738-4661-B12D-3356429BC1E2.jpegEA3F6A61-B4B9-4811-9F18-B0237F71191E.jpegC239FE3A-A5FD-439F-B334-DE6C2D574DB1.jpeg
 

GuRu

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This is a lovely one. Congrats 👍 Shape and colouration of the current flower differ visible to the flower when you bought it.
 

DrLeslieEe

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Looks like a happy plant. So many growths lol.
 

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