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Old 07-09-2021, 03:34 PM
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Cute little guy that wants to be a bush! lol Here's a YouTube video as well: Show & Tell - Mexipedium xerophyticum - YouTube

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Nice!

Well done. A lot of folks struggle with those.
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Kelpmax definitely helps!! 😃😃
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Awesome!! I really like this species, but I'm too scared to try to grow it.
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Honestly, I’ve always found it to be fairly easy to grow!
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Honestly, I’ve always found it to be fairly easy to grow!
Another good example of your cultural conditions matching the needs of the plant!
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and those killer bracelets......they help too

you have a great voice, dude, so calm and soothing. you should do late night radio
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and those killer bracelets......they help too

you have a great voice, dude, so calm and soothing. you should do late night radio
Ha! Thank you!
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Do you water less in winter?
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Yes, I do. I’ll let the sand get dry before watering in winter. I don’t know that it completely dries in summer.
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