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Old 11-23-2019, 07:03 AM
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M. hatmanii in the middle. M. nidifica below.



My emerald treasure is L. barbelifera.



Platystele umbellata



She don't want give me raspberries.



Autumn for B. polliculosum



Sedirea japonica Minmaru shima



Sedirea japonica Minmaru



Aerangis punctata



Angraecum aloifolium



Coelogyne schilleriana



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My Corybas pictus





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Dendrophylax sallei after 6 weeks...



Began...

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very nice! i love watching the progress on this project. just a question, how did you make sure the temperature never got too high again?
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very nice! i love watching the progress on this project.
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Just a question, how did you make sure the temperature never got too high again?
Thank you for your question I solved the problem radically
I removed all my plants from South balcony to the north side balcony. I use only artificial LED lihgt 160w Cree. Sun appear only in the evening and early morning during summer months. Temperature now is about +13 C, in the summer maximum +34C, usually +25 - +23 by the day, and +17C by the night.
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Can you post a pic of the whole set up?
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Agreed. It's been fascinating to watch this project develop. And bravo to you, for keeping up with it and continuing to share as time goes on. That's not always an easy thing to put into one's schedule.
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Can you post a pic of the whole set up?
Yes, of course, but I used to show a general view many times Now, some of the plants have been sent for a cold, dry wintering + 9C to the southern balcony without heating. Behind glass on the street now is -25C.

It's total view without pleurotallidinarium one month ago



It's photos 3 months ago





Later I will make a fresh photo, but there will not be several orchids, they are in hibernation on another balcony

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And bravo to you, for keeping up with it and continuing to share as time goes on. That's not always an easy thing to put into one's schedule.
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Amazing. It looks like an amazing orchid shop

Very well done. Iím also amazed at how clean it all issues
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Amazing. It looks like an amazing orchid shop
Very well done. Iím also amazed at how clean it all issues
Thank you very much
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That should say how clean it al IS. Thanks, auto correct!
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