I bought a white-flowering phalaenopsis with two flower spikes before Christmas. When the seed pods matured and dried I sprinkled some of the seeds in the woody compost. A few months later lots of seedlings grew so I re-potted four or five of them. What has grown does not resemble the parent plant at all. The new plants are around 20cms tall, very spindly, have lots of soft narrow leaves and one or two small pink flowers are appearing, though haven't opened yet. Are they worth keeping as they are not particularly attractive plants?