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Old 12-16-2020, 12:26 AM
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lovely dome, it gets better every day.
You have lots of plug sockets
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Many many electrical outlets, indeed.

I am a bit jealous. I had to do so much work to run more outlets to my garage hahahahahaha
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Love it... surgical operating room light.

Please tell me you don't make your poor significant other stand there in a surgical mask and slap instruments into your hand while you tend these?

And good eye OrchidTinkerer... never noticed all the outlets. Did you have those installed, or were they already there? As someone who lives in over a century year old house, outlets is a REAL issue around here! Sort of like closets.
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Orchidtinkerer, DirtyCoconuts, WaterWitchin thank you for your attention
There are 12 electrical outlets here The foreman of the construction team doing repairs in this apartment for a long time could not understand why I need to install 12 sockets on a small balcony Now I have only 3 empty outlets. But I'll want to use mobile air conditioning in summer time, ozonizer, UV lamp, humidifer...
My wife don't like plants and don't help me But we use mask every time then go to the shop, work, taxi...

Yesturday I finished repotting cuthberthsonii on the hygrolon. I will show the final photo later.
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what you do with hygrolon is nothing short of art....i cannot imagine what you do in your actual craft!!!!
its so funny because i use the word surgical as an adjective all the time and rarely focus on why it means what it means HAHAHA

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Old 12-17-2020, 12:41 PM
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Thank you DirtyCoconuts

Like spoke in ancient China 千里之行,始于足下
"journey of a thousand miles begins with one small step"
So, step by step...















To be continued...
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stellar!

your vision and sense of balance is equaled by the execution

what is the inner frame? copper tubing?

also, the fitting inside? is that a mister or some sort of probe or both?
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Thank you I used aluminium bold wire.









Inside only 2 microfans behind of hygrolon.



Water on the bottom of plate, always.
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What is that tape you're using to mount plants? It sort of looks like the stuff you close a wound with.
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Thank you
I sewed the plants to the hygrolon with nylon sewing thread. Those thin shiny stripes that look like a transparent plaster are stickers made of transparent "paper" so as not to forget where the Cuthbertson hybrid is.
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