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Old 09-19-2010, 04:28 PM
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Here's mine...it just lost it's last bloom, was blooming for about 2 weeks
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Nice Sue! I hope mine is the dark orange color like yours. Some have been yellow.
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Hooray! Mine finally bloomed! I almost missed it, too. The crazy little thing sent it's spike out the back and through the screen. I just happened to catch it when I was thinking about moving all the plants. (I am building a new shade house!)

We have had a very, very hot summer and I guess it liked it. It hangs in a more shaded spot on the back wall of my shade house, right next to my Ghost (which is also doing well). Meter says about 4-5,000 FC. Very bright but not direct sun. Daytime high temps have been 90-100F and 90-100% humidity. It is comfortable if people are not!

I was able to pull it's tiny flowers through the screen without damaging them at all. As you can see! It is very pale yellow with orange tops. No scent. A real cutie!
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Oh, I really like that coloring too!

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