i have two orchids in my kitchen window. they bloom in the fall and the spring. i swear, they never stop.
here is one that hasn't finished her fall blooms, but has a new flower spike nearly ready for spring.
last fall, the tip of this flower spike was somehow broken off. i have read that you should not remove the spike until it turns completely brown. it never did bloom, but look what is happening at the top of the spike...
it seems to have had a baby orchid.
it also has 2 new flower spikes...
the photos below are from years past.
p.s. do you have any idea what to do with a baby orchid? i will research it, but maybe it has happened to you.