Hello, Back in April, I received a small Orchid plant which already had flowers on it. It flowered for about 6 weeks, then the flowers fell off and the stem shriveled up and turned brown. So I've been waiting for it to flower again. It's planted in moss in a small pot, and I keep it in my window at work- it gets bright sunlight for a few hours in late afternoon. It is doing well- it's grown a few new leaves in the past couple of months. Now I'm noticing what look like new green shoots coming out of the bottom. At first I only saw one and I got excited thinking it was going to flower again, but it seemed to be growing downward. Now it's about a half inch long and is kind of growing horizontally. It's light green in color, and tender. But today I noticed two others similar shoots, that grew down into the moss. Are these new roots? I'm surprised they'd be growing this far up the plant, just attached to the lowest leaves. And I'd be super disappointed if this wasn't a new shoot for flowers. I cut down the old shoot where the flowers had previously grown because like I said, it was shriveled, brown, and dried up. Should I not have done that? Thanks!