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Old 01-20-2021, 02:28 PM
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I think things were a little more colorful last month. However, these make me smile. Apologies for my poor photography.
First from left Phal Summer Rose, Phal stuartiana var nobilis x self, Phal Sogo Vivien (striata), Phal schilleriana 'TKB, ' Phal noid from Lowe's $2.00.
2nd, my old amaryllis, 3rd, B Little Stars w 7 spikes, 3rd, my ancient den phal w 4 spikes, next, cymb 'Pee Wee' from Roberta. Bottom from left a mini catt from Olympic, Sc Royal Beau 'H&R, ' flowers (3) are bigger than the plant, my "Tedro" noid phal full of blooms, a noid Streptocarpus from my friend Dave noid, and den phal Hialeah Blush.
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Old 01-20-2021, 03:27 PM
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Good Golly, Ms Dolly!!!

what a magical display!
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Old 01-20-2021, 06:17 PM
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Very nice. I love that Cym.
Nice Streptocarpus. My wife has a few dozen of those scattered all around our condo up north that the poor young lady from next door cares for all winter in our absence. I'm probably paying for her college education! Best I don't look at the payroll ledger.
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Nice growing! That's a lovely display of flowers that I'm sure must cheer you on even the coldest winter day.
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Old 01-20-2021, 09:14 PM
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It's always summer in my sunroom. 🤗
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As usual and always, you bloom anything and everything often. And rarely post a picture. Good for you!
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What a show!!! I love how it is ins't just orchids in bloom, all the other plants are great as well and really give the display a tropical look.

While I do have a bunch of plants in spike now, I don't have much blooming in the first part of winter anymore since I lost most of my hybrid Phals some years back and never replaced them. Thank you for an excuse to go look for some winter blooming orchids to add to my collection!
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Any chance of seeing your Phal stuartiana var nobilis up close please?
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love it.
Yours just looks like everything is blooming at the moment which is great to see.
Would love to hear more about your care, I think I am getting there so just to satisfy my own curiosity about a debate I had with someone else.

Do you achieve such great results by using rain water and do you check the ph or is that an aspect that is not important to you?

Thanks. Great growing
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Old 01-21-2021, 07:57 AM
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Camille, I have often chuckled at member Tedro, who gets so excited about his mini phal being so floriferous. But, that same phal is pictured here and it blooms so often, and long, that it really does make you grin. After several years, it still fits in a 3" pot. Well worth the bargain table price.
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