Ginormous Laelia anceps flower stalk
My L. anceps flowers tend to be caked in a glutinous substance that can deform the flowers unless I keep them moist and remove the bracts. I understand that may not be all that uncommon.
One of my plants currently has two flower stalks that are now in excess of 40 inches long. I've had this before, but I've also had much shorter stalks on this plant as well. It tends to make it difficult to put the plant in a position to enjoy the beautiful pink flowers.
Has anyone else experienced this before? I'm wondering if this is the result of lower light intensity at this time of the year.