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Old 10-04-2014, 09:29 PM
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Bought these from a local seller. Smallest hybrids I've ever seen. Love these little gems.





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Awww they are very dainty. Wonderful find and I like the little baskets they are in.
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Old 10-05-2014, 06:19 PM
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I've seen one that looks like that striped one and had to just keep walking. I'm trying not to buy any more for a bit, but I really like it.

I also like those little baskets. Where did you get them?
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I've seen one that looks like that striped one and had to just keep walking. I'm trying not to buy any more for a bit, but I really like it.

I also like those little baskets. Where did you get them?
I'm getting into miniatures now partly because I have little space to grow even the common variety cymbs and vandas.

The baskets are from those $2 Japanese shops. I drill holes at the bottom for drainage. I'm experimenting with different types of containers at the moment, with a drill.
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I don't know what you mean by $2.00 Japanese shops. They perhaps don't have them in the USA wish I could find them, they look like they will make great orchids pots.

I like the mini phals, they don't take up much room and so far I am having good luck with them.
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Throughout North Asia, South East Asia and the Asia Pacific region, we have lots of asian shops selling all manner of plastic containers, mostly made in Japan and Korea. The Japanese and Koreans have a penchant for small cute containers. These shops often sell their items at discounted prices otherwise also known as $2 shops.
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The baskets do look like something you would find at a 'dollar store' in the US.
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That's just about the cutest thing I've seen all day. Well, almost. I do have a 4 month old, smiley baby here too! Haha!
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awwww...they're so cute.
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