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SADE2020 06-23-2021 07:12 PM

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Originally Posted by DirtyCoconuts (Post 960672)
Yes!!! I love it!

I will caution you that rope as a hanger is pretty but it rots and fails without warning so check them often


I am in awe of this place. Amazing

DC, the hanger are actually plastic no robe, but if I told you the true I never though about rotting, I got this with a really good deal in Wish a cheep Chinese flash sale website. I just went for it and waited forever for them to arrive. With your comments I'll be sure to checking them often. THANKS!

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Originally Posted by DeaC (Post 960678)
Oh my, what a lovely space. Are all Canary Is. homes built in this design? So very attractive and inviting. :cloud9::mug

Hi DeaC, .. the Canary pal is FuerteRav, I am in the Balearics, Majorca. Before I established here I thought the white and blue was from Ibiza :roll:.. But it is 100% Greek Decoration! The rest of our garden/terrace is classical Majorcan. I'll take a picture and post it. Thank you!

---------- Post added 06-24-2021 at 12:12 AM ---------- Previous post was 06-23-2021 at 11:58 PM ----------

Ok WW, if you are joining the party??? I am officially including Music, Wine and Tapas... :bananaslide: :bananaslide:. Biside the Orchids of course!

Fuerte Rav 06-23-2021 07:42 PM

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Originally Posted by SADE2020 (Post 960705)
[/COLOR]Ok WW, if you are joining the party??? I am officially including Music, Wine and Tapas... :bananaslide: :bananaslide:. Biside the Orchids of course!

Please can I join the party? :waving

SADE2020 06-23-2021 08:15 PM

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Originally Posted by DirtyCoconuts (Post 960694)
I have contemplated on this patio all day…..


I have very places on earth I would rather be than in my own yard BUT…..this may be a contender

OMG, DC this is definitely very sweet and rewarding!

Thank you all. I really enjoyed reading all your comments since I did spend time handymaning, going back and fore, with a sustainable mind, willing to recycle, budget adjusting, but without let go the main object; setting up the best place for the orchids and their nanny. 😂

Open House for whomever want to visit this part of the world!

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Originally Posted by DirtyCoconuts (Post 960694)
I have contemplated on this patio all day…..


I have very places on earth I would rather be than in my own yard BUT…..this may be a contender

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Originally Posted by Fuerte Rav (Post 960714)
Please can I join the party? :waving

:bowing
Do you think it could be a spanish orchid party without you????

DirtyCoconuts 06-23-2021 10:28 PM

:bowing

WaterWitchin 06-24-2021 09:15 AM

Music, Wine, Tapas, Orchid Friends... HellsYEAH!

:dance13::clap::dance::chicken

Packing my bags now! I plan on only bringing one of my dogs.

Road Trip!!!! :llama: :llama: :llama:

SADE2020 06-30-2021 09:47 PM

OK OK Party people! we got some decoration now, things start to bloom nicely ....

https://i.imgur.com/wCGnW7p.jpg

However, maybe there is something I'm not understanding, is too much of something for some of them (light, darkness ???) , since I starting to seen estrange leaves colors

Also, all of them are drying like in 1 day. And, I mean all of them, even the Phals.

https://i.imgur.com/qArHqfT.jpg

Roberta 07-01-2021 01:12 AM

It looks wonderful! The purple leaves indicate that the plants are getting light near the upper range of what they want - the ones that have dark flowers will show it especially, the anthocyanins (red pigments) are also in the leaves. Think of it as "sun tan". So you do want to watch that they don't start to burn. However, if the light stays at this level for awhile, they will acclimate - you will be OK as long as the sun doesn't shift and give you hot spots.

SADE2020 07-01-2021 02:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Roberta (Post 961395)
you will be OK as long as the sun doesn't shift and give you hot spots.

Thanks Roberta! :bowing I knew about the pigmentation, although I had not had so many pigmentation spots before because most of these plants have grown with artificial lighting and it wasn't the the best quality either.

Sorry to keep stealing your time, but what about the water? Spraying every day is a lot even if it looks dry? Or shouldn't I panic over it and continue watering every other day? I have the Cym and Phals hypercontrolled, but the Cats, Dendrobium (+ nobile) and Miltonias .. need to understand the process form Inside to Outside

DirtyCoconuts 07-01-2021 02:56 PM

it is a big shock...do everything in stages or increments.


it looks like they are all already out so i would just keep a close eye and water as needed at first....then you can see how they dry out and what you need to adjust.

Roberta 07-01-2021 07:08 PM

Spraying doesn't do much except maybe create wet spots on leaves that could grow pathogens, or make droplets that could focus sun and add to the possible burning issue. DC's advice is spot-on... watch what is going on and act accordingly. If you need to water, water thoroughly so it runs through the pot.


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