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Old 06-29-2021, 08:58 PM
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It is really important that the plant be very firmly held
[QUOTE =Roberta;961102] perhaps place a plastic bag over the plant and pot (maybe remove it once a day to let the air refresh). Sort of a mini-greenhouse, holding humidity.[/QUOTE]


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If you look well I did I tied it with a bridle but left the rotten roots in the air, but the plant had stability.

I'll try the mini green house ... Let see how it works.



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From the original pics, it can be seen that some of the roots have roots branching out from the main roots. So ----- as long as a root stays alive, it could possibly send out branches. And new roots can grow from the rhizome etc.

This pic here - pic link -
I was convince by now a new root will show, but it's been like a Mommy since a month now hahaha

Ohhh nice...


I also want to know how you use the Pics url's from Google, I am super fan of Google drive and Foto but it won't let me to chare url's.




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I would have not accepted that plant and would have complained straight away..
first when he told me that it was a new plant I thought he was joking ... that he had it there and he had forgotten it and then when he told me the price I was freaking out


THANK YOU ALL. Let see if we could all get this plan to bloom this beautiful flower

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I also want to know how you use the Pics url's from Google, I am super fan of Google drive and Foto but it won't let me to share url's.
After uploading your pic to google drive, you then just put your mouse cursor over the thumbnail of the pic (or even the filename of the pic within google drive), and then right-click the mouse - NOT left-click.

There you will see a pop-up menu ------ where one of the options is the 'get link' option. Select that option.

Then change the default 'restricted' setting for that pic to a new setting ----- which will be 'anyone with the link'. Once that is done, you then simply click on the 'copy link' button, which will copy the web-link for that google drive image ------ which you can use here. That is - once you've copied the link ----- you can paste that link anywhere.
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After uploading your pic to google drive, you then just put your mouse cursor over the thumbnail of the pic (or even the filename of the pic within google drive), and then right-click the mouse - NOT left-click.

There you will see a pop-up menu ------ where one of the options is the 'get link' option. Select that option.

Then change the default 'restricted' setting for that pic to a new setting ----- which will be 'anyone with the link'. Once that is done, you then simply click on the 'copy link' button, which will copy the web-link for that google drive image ------ which you can use here. That is - once you've copied the link ----- you can paste that link anywhere.
Wow I just discovered America...thank you so much
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Ladies and gentlemen, we have a resurrection; the rescue has been a success. Observe the wonderful new bud that has come out of the mummy.

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Yessss! Great save! Where there is green there is hope!
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That is excellent! Because of the struggle this growth may not be as large as the previous ones, and it may not flower. The next growths should be large enough to flower.
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I have a bifoliate catt with a flower similar to yours. My plant has two growing seasons so maybe you're lucky.
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hey sade, would you mind sending me a pm with the name of that vendor? it would be nice to know such info to possibly avoid ordering from them in the future. thanks!
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Congrats Sade,
that is a brilliant rescue.

Tmoney, don't forget it went downhill and was then "brought back to life" showing how we care for them can make all the difference. I don't think it would be fair to blame this post on the shop even if that is what I had assumed to start with.

Anyway SADE, well done, I'd say you are ready to try your luck with seedlings next - if you still have room for more lol
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Nicely done. Excellent work. The new media is working well. The large bark pieces that were used previously might have made it tricky to maintain a desired level of moisture within the pot ----- as in not too dry most of the time, and also not saturated most of the time.

This new medium is being used nicely. So the way that you're watering ----- based on the day to day conditions there (and based on this particular new mix) is certainly effective. Nice work.
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