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Old 04-29-2020, 06:20 PM
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i see fries with ketchup and mustard, how bout you?
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You not getting enough to eat, DC?


Great colors, though. I love orange!
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I do admit, i am eating so much more fresh fruit and veggies and i have not had fries in a long time!!!

lol.

these semi terete vandas are so happy in this climate that they really do bloom almost all year...not continuously, but at any point they could spike
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That is stunning. I want that lol. Unfortunately, I can't grow Vandas. Or at least I don't think I can. I've never tried. They would do okay outside in the summer with the high humidity and their roots all exposed to the air, but then I would have to bring them in the house in the winter, and the humidity is low, and I don't think I get enough sun in the winter to keep them happy, and putting them under my light setup would be probrlematic, with them being so tall, and the roots hanging down so far, I just don't think it would work. So I will just look at yours, and enjoy it from afar. That really is a spectacular plant. Good job.
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Fantastic DC!!!!!! I can see hot dog mustard with ketchup. I can even smell it from here!!!!!
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An absolute stunner! Reminds me more of a smoothie though...
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That is stunning. I want that lol. Unfortunately, I can't grow Vandas. Or at least I don't think I can. I've never tried. They would do okay outside in the summer with the high humidity and their roots all exposed to the air, but then I would have to bring them in the house in the winter, and the humidity is low, and I don't think I get enough sun in the winter to keep them happy, and putting them under my light setup would be probrlematic, with them being so tall, and the roots hanging down so far, I just don't think it would work. So I will just look at yours, and enjoy it from afar. That really is a spectacular plant. Good job.

do you have a shower that does not get a lot use?

i know a few folks who grow these guys and then relocate them to sort of hibernate for the winter...they don't thrive indoors but they seem to bounce back and enjoy the summers
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do you have a shower that does not get a lot use?

i know a few folks who grow these guys and then relocate them to sort of hibernate for the winter...they don't thrive indoors but they seem to bounce back and enjoy the summers
In fact do have a shower that does not get a lot of use. Your idea intrigues me... I guess off I go to shop for Vandas
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