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Old 07-02-2020, 12:37 AM
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Good idea and point well taken. Thanks so much for the reminder.
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New questions please: I just saw new roots emerging from the roots ( like the roots are branching)....Is this bad?
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I read the full thread plus all the links experiment that isurus79 and watched the PET YouTube and took notes on my journal. I sit my pot in a saucer of water too, I think similar to the PET principle😀.
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Thank you.

Wine delight is out in the balcony right now. Flies bugs and bees are checking her out. I was out there for a while with her- a fly swatter in one hand until I realized that no one stands guard out there in nature and certainly not expert growers. So I took a big sigh and headed back in 😀.

Iím careful with my first and only bunch of (exotic) orchids, but i did it😀 yay! It was like leaving a kid for the first day of school.

Iíll try the PET once sheís big enough-Iíve got a container set aside for her already.

Thanks again, much appreciated!
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