I can't say for 100% certain, but I was told by the grower (and everything about the plant leads me to believe) it is a division of the original plant rather than a seedling. It was large and adult-looking when I got it a couple of years ago.Very cool! Is this a seedling? or a division of the original plant?
I have a seedling of this, but it is probably another year from blooming...
Thanks!Awesome moon shot!
Interesting to see that some of the buds are single spurred - I guess that means those flowers won't have a second lip as well? Mine has consistently flowered with double flowers. Lots of buds on that baby, so you must be doing something right! :clap:
Interesting that the single spur flowers still have two lips. I can see your plant doesn't have many growths either. This one just won't grow new growths and clump up - most others do so annually.Actually, two buds have begun to open late today, one with two spurs and one with only a single spur. Both flowers, however, have two lips. This plant, however, has always been variable like this for me. It seems to like to mix things up. This is about the sixth time it has bloomed for me.
Now one of the single-spurred flowers has opened with only a slightly double lip. :rollhappy: I took photos earlier today, but they turned out like crappola. I'll see what I can do tomorrow. Sometimes the force simply isn't with me and there's nuthin' I can do about it.Interesting that the single spur flowers still have two lips. I can see your plant doesn't have many growths either. This one just won't grow new growths and clump up - most others do so annually.