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Old 01-12-2021, 07:52 PM
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Hahaha I am gonna low-key troll that concept forever. Lol

Yes. Yellow bird

I’ll update the bogs shortly.
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My Brass yellow bird had dry sheaths this year. Not sure why, but definitely useless. And Useless species cordata barely bloomed this year. I think they're possibly not getting enough warmth in new grow space.
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My Brass yellow bird had dry sheaths this year. Not sure why, but definitely useless. And Useless species cordata barely bloomed this year. I think they're possibly not getting enough warmth in new grow space.
I'm surprised if temp is the issue for the caudata WW.
That's a species that can typically do well under a pretty broad range of temps. Mine right now has 9 spikes, one of which has already gone by and one that's brand new with indistinguishable buds yet to develop. All the others have 9-10 flowers/spike.
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Hmmm... I don't have Bc Yellow Bird, but my B. cordata (subulifolia) bloomed beautifully, with multiple spikes (not sure how many) GH is moderately warm at least by day, but goes down to 58-60 deg F (14-15 deg C) at night.
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Is there anything you guys can't grow?
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I am not good at mushrooms (the non psychedelic kind) or anything that NEEDS a chill period.

I will be the first to admit I am a hack. I just live where the “light” and “water” parts of the equation are always easy lol. Just need to figure out the “food” and “air” hahaha

I am so impressed by those of you who can shape and craft your environments to be something they are not. Like your tent sent up. It’s so brilliant and creative and makes a tiny little world in your unused space.
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I can kill a Masdevallia or Dracula faster than you can say "whoops"!

I don't know what it is but couldn't even grow them in my cool GH in NH.
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