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Old 06-26-2020, 12:14 PM
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At last I achieve a flowering of this plant! Last year, it flourished without a pod and the thrips destroyed the flowers, this year, the squirrels ate two pseudobulbs, there were two left, and this is the first one that opened, the other has no pod and takes some time.
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well, i hate the story but i love the results

what a series of trial and tribulations...so glad you persevered
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Pretty, nice contrast!
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and this is the first one that opened, the other has no pod and takes some time.
FANTASTIC merita! Do you mean sheath? Or actual seed pod? Beautiful group of three flowers!

Amazing! Didn't know squirrels eat pseudobulbs!!!!
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SouthPark, Don't you remember that squirrels killed almost all the new pseudobulbs on my plants? They ate the new ones and bit the old ones. Then the plants brought out more and I had to put a lot of things to get them away from there.
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SouthPark, Don't you remember that squirrels killed almost all the new pseudobulbs on my plants? They ate the new ones and bit the old ones. Then the plants brought out more and I had to put a lot of things to get them away from there.
Merita ----- come think of it - after you jolted my memory ----- I do recall you mentioning that now! Incredible how they chomp pseudobulbs! Scary!!!
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