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Posted by Ned Lomax on May 7, 2012 Full Size| Slideshow

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Reply epitree
2:02 PM on May 8, 2012 
It does look like a flower spike to me and its the right time of year.Mine flowers early september.
Reply Ned Lomax
11:41 AM on May 8, 2012 
Yep, Coelogyne cristata it is. That's encouraging to know. I'll be very happy with any flowers I get! I just hope it can make it through our winter. Very heavy frosts used to be a rarity but the last couple of winters have been brutal. We had -8 c two years ago!

Is that a flower spike coming?
Reply epitree
3:57 AM on May 8, 2012 
Coelogyne cristata ? If so very nice.Mine does not flower as profusely as it should as they need a dry winter rest. However even with my wet winters it still flowers every year.

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