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 Post subject: one of my "growing areas"
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 Post subject: Re: one of my "growing areas"
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very nice, looks comfortable.


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WOW...neat,tidy and classy! I wish mine was any of those :lol: .


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Yep, looks neat - very tidy ... and a lot of remaining space ;) :D

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 Post subject: Re: one of my "growing areas"
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Rakki said
"WOW...neat,tidy and classy! I wish mine was any of those"

My thoughts exactly.


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 Post subject: Re: one of my "growing areas"
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That looks great! I'm curious how well your phalaenopsis bloom for you so far from the window? I'm a novice so this opens up my display options if the plants don't have to be pressed to the window!


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 Post subject: Re: one of my "growing areas"
PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:22 pm 
Thank you everybody!
Well, since I don't have dedicated grow room or greenhouse, my orchids have to "blend in" to house interior. :)
Kaity, the window is very tall, it goes from the ceiling on main floor down to the basement, has south-east exposure and I don't use sheers, so all these plants receive a lot of direct morning sunlight and don't have problem blooming: cornu-cervi red just finished the batch of blooms and Phal.Tsay's Evergreen x cornu-cervi beside it currently grows two spikes too(can't wait to see the blooms).
My problem with phals is in low-ish humidity. Cattleyas and vandas are fine, but phals sometimes blast the buds when it gets dry here. To help with it I have ordered an orchidarium for my phals, and will post pictures when it arrives.


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