The keiki, or baby plant, that my Restrepia sanguinea has produced, is growing well. This is to be expected as the keiki receives nutrition from its established mother plant, which enables the new keiki to grow at a far greater pace than it would be able to, if it has to rely on its own roots and resources. Pictured here on the 15th May 2016, inside my BiOrbAir terrarium.

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