|I had bought the Ascocenda Bicentennial in 2000 at a local garden store together with the Ascocenda Fuchs Joy. For five years Fuchs Joy flowered happily every Spring, Bicentennial just sat there not saying a peep. I was about to give up on it and make room for a more freely flowering plant, when I discovered a nice spike. Finally!!|
|Progressing spike, looking good!|
|This week all flowers are open, pretty!!
I like the markings, little dashes and dots.
|And see below -
a close up of one of the sparkling flowers, the plant has earned its upkeep.
|November 3. 2005|
|Here is an update - Angraecum distichum
I am growing two of these little plants in small pots, the link shows a picture of the flower. (Scroll down)