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Old 01-14-2019, 11:33 AM
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A small photo report, the dynamics in a month

Phalaenopsis philippinensis, grew 2 roots, grows 2 spikes 3 weeks, began to grow 2 more roots 2 days ago. I am surprised only by thin filamentous spikes


Mikrantum still grows leaves (?) In a case


Aclandiae ... I decided to let her go free


Spike of Mariposa 20 cm


Unicum grew baby and something, I hope the leaf on her


Sophronitis has already grown large growth. I see 2 large roots. I water less often now, it wrinkles bulbs. I do not know if I should let him wrinkle the bulbs now


Spike of Phal. Jiuhbao fashion


Two buds, one bud on the bulba at Slc. (Cattleya) Love Castle ‘Kurenai '
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Some time, in my absent, greenhouse look like. Mobile-modules of orchids are in "hybernation"

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My home orchids bloomed for the last time in 2013 in My Siberian Tropics.
So Slc. (Cattleya) Love Castle ‘Kurenai' today began bloom after 1 week of sunny frosty whether



Flower size is 7x6 cm.
Phalaenopsis philippinensis prepare for blossoming


Paph.micranthum. Are there three flower buds inside stop leaf? But I think that new third bourgeon is leaf.
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Re your micranthum. It looks like it's budding. My research shows they require a cool period to spike. What's the minimum temperature with your set up? It appears exposed - close to windows.
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Re your micranthum. It looks like it's budding. My research shows they require a cool period to spike. What's the minimum temperature with your set up? It appears exposed - close to windows.
Oh! Good news! Thank you very much for you attention
I hope that it is spike, but I see fold between the two halves of the future leaf.
Minimum temperature in my south part of greenhouse is usually +13C - +15C per night and +17C - +26C per day. It depends on the clouds. Micranthum sit near the window's glass.
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My Slc. Love Castle ‘Kurenai' tries for St. Valentin's day Flower size now is 8x7 cm.
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