Chamaedorea leafless stalks...?
I've had this potted group planting for a couple years now.
It includes anthurium lily, a wax/rubber vine, prince philodendrum, some sedge looking variegated grasses and chamaedorea.
Lately, the chamaedorea has been shooting up these leafless stalks.
At first, I thought some one stuck a fake flower stem in the pot. But within a few days there were seven of them. They're doing nothing ...
Is this occurrence normal?
There are tiny palms in the center of the plant, which seem to grow bigger. I've never noticed it shoot these leafless, green stalks out before.
I'm baffled. Can anyone shed some light for me? My Internet searches have been in vain.
Here is a link that might be useful: (here's three pictures if you click to the beginning, towards the left)