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Old 04-01-2019, 01:07 PM
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Third flower of Phalaenopsis philippinensis bloom








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Sophronitis brevipedunculata
in January

In March:

Today...

Nothing

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Psychopsis Mariposa alba

Surprise!!!
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I prepare north side greenhouse for return orchids in summer. I add new LED lamp 160 w, Cree leds.




My smartphone with "Luxmetr" app, determine what in bright day at the north side usually is 1200 lux, at the south side is 15000-50000 lux. New light in noth side give 3000-48000 lux. It's, I hope, will good for different orchids.

Some hours later...






Free space at the bottom of the stand is place for new orchids. I'll wait pleurotalids.

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Total view after 4 days:


In the bottom I made pleurotallidinarium It's 4 plastic containers, in which the trifern log round cuts will be immersed by 1/4 in water and moss will grow on them and in the live moss on triferne log will grow different pleurotallidinae. Now humidity in empty container is 75%-80%.
Nice humidity returned to live one of my Vandas, after 4 days.

I hope second vanda will come to life after 2-4 weeks.
The photo immediately strikes the stunning purple color of the King of Taiwan. For 4 days he intensified tan


My supposed micranthum gives out some kind of Christmas tree.


Well, the joy of my eyes Bud Maripoza


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Mariposa & aclandiae
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I continue make pleurotallidinarium in the bottom of garden on the wall. I put trifern log round cuts into the water container. Trifern logs contained a lot of dry old moss, I hope "It will Alive!!!"
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Aclandiae & Mariposa



Nestor Red Dragon in new light condition...


I hope it's buds


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And Mariposa don't sleep
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Treefern log always moist. I think it will be good for pleurotallidinae

Old moss, and 2 fibres from neighbours

Mariposa


Cactus chola tube for next tolumnarium I'll try put 7 tolumnias on this.
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