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Old 11-17-2020, 09:16 AM
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The egret was just there due to the storm, right? Tell me they don't prance regularly around in your yard.

The lizard.... so sleek, so chill. Wanna pet it.

Nice blooms as well. I love the calamari... really need to seek one of those out some day.
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The egret was just there due to the storm, right? Tell me they don't prance regularly around in your yard.

The lizard.... so sleek, so chill. Wanna pet it.

Nice blooms as well. I love the calamari... really need to seek one of those out some day.
egrets and ibis are in my yard almost every morning unless there is something else there that spooked them (raccoon, neighbor, loud truck exhaust )

i am about 3.5 miles to the Everglades, as the ibis flies, and 13 to the ocean so i get great birds moving through.

the absolute best is at night(before dusk) when approximately 1,295,239 seagulls fly overhead to roost in the everglades

i have a young P chochleata (sp?) that i will transition into SH for your eventual next box
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Such lovely flowers (and wildlife)! I don't want to spoil the party, but are those markings on that pink noid Cattleya normal/due to the lighting, or could they be a sign of a virus?
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Itís Lways been like that for me.... I also shoot pics at night and while watering so it is always possible it is a bad pic too lol
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1- the bamboo orchid is really becoming excellent- it is over 6' tall and eigth tops are in flower!

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What is the monster #3?? That Arundina graminifolia clearly loves the climate. I have one that is struggling... too cold, I think.
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It's a Dutchman's Pipe, Roberta. Isn't it splendid? I'd never seen one like it before DC posted it on a different thread.... Other flowers you like II- POLLINATOR PLANTS

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PS You live tropical enough... maybe it would survive your winters? Find a good spot for carrion/sweet lemonade smell and get it going! It supposedly grows fairly quickly. I'm gonna try it as either an annual, or cut back and bring inside for winter in a pot. Minus any blooming inside of course.
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I have two things working against me when I try to grow those decidedly tropical plants... cold (not by Midwest standards, but 39 deg F is not very tropical) and low humidity (the last month or so has gotten close to single digits in the middle of the day on occasion) I water the the heck out of the orchids but everything else has to either thrive or not...
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That is a fair cut off. Some are worth work but not every plant can require work

It is a fun plant. There are always some creatures buzzing around it.
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That is a fair cut off. Some are worth work but not every plant can require work

It is a fun plant. There are always some creatures buzzing around it.
Absolutely. If all plants required much work, I'd be dead and buried. Gotta pick your poison. I'm seriously thinking about planting it by our manure pile, where we keep predator wasps. Draw those flies in...
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