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Posted by boothbay 6 (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 18, 11 at 14:08

I read somewhere that one can get a Phal to rebloom a lot faster by finding a node on the previous spike. I was just wondering if it would work on my Phal-Denb, cause there i can see where all the old blooms grew from. As for my Phal, i don't have that option, cause the spike came out from the covered base...but it certainly has new vigorous growth.

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RE: Reblooming?

Hardcane Dendrobiums will not rebloom from old spikes but they may grow new spikes from the top of older pseudobulbs/canes.

RE: Reblooming?

Spike will not rebloom.

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