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Old 03-03-2020, 05:43 PM
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Sphagnum moss, LECA, and Better Gro Special Orchid Mix. I pretty much just used a bunch of left over (not old or used and still fresh, just the remnants of each batch) material and combined it into a mix of all three.
Sort of like making a soup... clearly the mix gave the plant what it wanted. Looks great!
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Lol yep Roberta, read my mind.

The right recipe, clearly
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