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Sherry H

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Here is a picture and tag of one of my phrags that has been putting up this spike for awhile. Doesn’t seem to have any blooms in spike. Are there future blooms coming??7C5AF236-F9C6-4325-8AB6-B1666F0BB7B2.jpeg EBF9AD5E-14A9-4B5B-876A-91456EFD3DAD.jpeg EBF9AD5E-14A9-4B5B-876A-91456EFD3DAD.jpeg
 

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It should! As long as culture remains good :) sometimes it does take awhile especially if it’s a new plant and recently changed environments.
 

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Here is a picture and tag of one of my phrags that has been putting up this spike for awhile. Doesn’t seem to have any blooms in spike. Are there future blooms coming?

Maybe need to define 'for a while'.

A flower spike normally leads to flowering ----- that's if everything develops normally.

An arbritrary image of what the end result should look like (when everything develops normally) is : (click here - link)
 

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