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Old 04-01-2021, 10:38 AM
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I use them in my RO water reservoir tank instead of a humidifier.
I understand, thank you very much. I used this device, but they quickly broke. But idea is very interesting

New photos of Sedirea japonica minimaru 'Shima'







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Nice! And oh, so healthy... can't wait to see the blooms.

Weird, on the mister. I've been using the same ones for several years now.
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How exciting! Great growing.
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Cattleya aclandiae faded after 2 weeks







After bloom I repoted her to this slab



Cattleya luteola took the baton of flowering:







Phal. Haur Jih Fancy by NCK. I would add the title var. monopetalis

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My new Sophronitis pygmaea begin first blooming



Real sizes. Mituo hydrid flower has 2".


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Sweet! And that phal's a real eye-popper as well!
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that Sophrontis hanging off the flower is magic!!!

all excellent!
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WaterWitchin, DirtyCoconuts thank you

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Sedirea japonica minmaru 'Shima'

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That little Sophronitis is totally charmiing. Tiny, but the color says "Notice me!!" And the mini-Sedirea with full size flowers - what a show! Fragrant?
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Thank you so much
Shima has just begun to bloom, I still don't know if it smells. She has an amazing pistachio color and purple spots. The usual minimaru clearly smelled like lemon.
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