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My experience with growstone is too short duration to form an opinion. I like using it with something equal size that hold water like the Coco...
That showed the colors perfectly. The white is white
I ordered a bag online, the larger one. I didn't realise it had been discontinued. I got it with similar size Coco pieces that came in a huge bag....
I got something called Growstone recently which feels and looks like big perlite pieces.
So beautiful! Looks like a little dragon
Wonderful collection of in situ paph pics. Really sad to see them harvested like that
We can hope for a quiet shoulder season.
Good luck too all. We have about 2 more months of hurricane season here
Brazil accelerated deforestation rate under current president. The way I heard it Germany didn't give the money due to blatant non-compliance...
I like the German initiative. Given all the twisted rhetoric from the new Brazilian pres, I bet it hurt his pocket
Deforestation has the biggest effect on the balance of that system
Another reason to visit Barcelona, my favorite city.
Now we are back to extreme humidity mixed with heat. Still rains somewhere in the city every day but not enough to cool. Heat index is super high.
My first paph, paph concolor 'account' just finished flowering for a month. She's trying to grow a second bud on same spike.
How ar you going to distribute them and sell.
It's exquisite. Hard work and a work of art
The dpts I got from odoms grows an unruly group of growths all just barely clinging to the pot and tangled in roots.
I just learning to keep it...
I'm totally new at this and claim zero experience. I bought the pulcherrima because I was trying to understand how to grow Dtps. Diayh Redita...
This is not a typical phal. It has a clumping, multi-growth habit. It grows sister keikis instead of baby keikis and mature and flower together if...
Beautiful pictures. I love seeing how they grow in nature. They do like their limestone. That soil looks like hard clay.
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