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Unread 12-02-2012, 08:58 PM
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Default Orchid Thru the curtain

Wanted to share how well one of my orchids like the window it is in. It grew right through the lace curtain and now is blooming happily.
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Haha that's really cute, guess that's it'll be its spot for a while now
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That might make it awkward when you water it!
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Yep--It will bloom where it grows--and I will water it the best I can. I do love it though1
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It's pretty, does it have an ID?
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Default Blooming through the curtain

The effect has to be cool. Beautiful hybrid! Just gently lift it, set it in a large bowl and water away. That's about the only way unless you want to drag the draperies to the sink or bathtub every few days!
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That is priceless! It just didn't want to strain itself. LOL
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It's built in spike support
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It looks happy and beautiful there.
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