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Old 12-27-2020, 06:53 PM
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Here are some current pics of my tent, now illuminated with a measured 100w, and some changes to necessitate better airflow to the ones still potted.

Side.jpg - Google Drive

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Myr.grandiflora12/27/20.jpg - Google Drive
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Nice Neos! You need some Tilandsia in there too. What else are you planning to put in there?
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Very very happy plants. That Myr will outgrow your tent in less than three years

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This Orchid (Myr. grandiflora) is getting too big-OR- He's not fat, just big boned!!

In case you didnít know the way they can get
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Thanks! Once I put the wire fencing in, I'd like to do some horizontal flats or branches with mixes of mini Catts, broms, and moss. If my Ascocentrum miniatum blooms, I'll definitely be ordering some mini vandas.

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DC, that thread had me questioning whether I should try one. But a local shop had one, and I reassured them that I had ample humidity/light/heat.

Here is a pic from purchase date of 9/15/20

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If you keep the light bright and keep it close to the light it will grow as little as possible. I truly love the genus so I am a full advocate of you trying it !!!

The flowers change the way you think about flowers. Like so many orchids.
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Yup, here are some close ups of the newest bulbs. The previous only had a rounded growth point at maturity.

Myrsheath.jpg - Google Drive

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Bud count is +400 on this
OncTwinklePink.jpg - Google Drive

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Here are some current pics of my tent, now illuminated with a measured 100w, and some changes to necessitate better airflow to the ones still potted.

Side.jpg - Google Drive

Neos.jpg - Google Drive

Neos.jpg - Google Drive


Myr.grandiflora12/27/20.jpg - Google Drive
If you don't mind, I would like to see a shot of the entire tent including lights and fan setup. Thanks in advance.
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Here ya go

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I have a few Bromeiliead that I have no idea what they area. A few look like you your. Do you know the names of your?
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The larger ones in clay pots are Red Tigers.

The light green with brown spots is Pauciflora, brown with green spots is Domino, burgundy/olive with pup is Tunisia, and pinkish one at bottom is (Hannibal Lector x ampullacea) x Blushing Tiger.
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