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Old 12-29-2020, 12:20 PM
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Oh! I should amp up my humidifier. Are your spots due to lack of humidity?
In my home I can't get r/h higher than 50% in winter but the ones near some new lights are definitely looking much better. The shower thing has also improved their overall appearance and growth. Happy New Year
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In my home I can't get r/h higher than 50% in winter but the ones near some new lights are definitely looking much better. The shower thing has also improved their overall appearance and growth. Happy New Year
Excellent! Ill have to try the shower sometime. For now it is in flower and I want to keep the blooms dry. The scent is simply intoxicating. This is also a bigger orchid for me, most of mine are more compact or minis. Major learning curve! Thanks, Dea!
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Excellent! Ill have to try the shower sometime. For now it is in flower and I want to keep the blooms dry. The scent is simply intoxicating. This is also a bigger orchid for me, most of mine are more compact or minis. Major learning curve! Thanks, Dea!
FWIW, any vandas in bloom that go in the shower, I use the long attachment that lets you manually spritz where you want so blooms never get wet. So far so good.
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