Today we start off a new series presenting the not so normal things Orchids might do. I think possibilities are endless, so let’s document them!
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Did you miss my previous video on this subject? and

Today we have a Cattleya Orchid with a sheath. Nothing strange there. But inside the sheath the bud is opening! That’s not normal at all 🙂 sheath intervention is pretty normal though 😛

Vandas can produce roots on the whole extent of a mature axis, but regularly they stay on the lower half of the orchid. My denisoniana has a solitary high root next to a spike!

Catasetum Orchids are curious creatures, but one of mine creates a new growth, on a new growth.. coming from the latest growth. I wished it was a flower spike. Here’s why I think this happened

My Dendrobium compactum is doing the same thing, new growth on immature new growths! I think we see a pattern, stress

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