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Thank you, Troy!
Very nice. I just picked one up at a local show, in spike. Is it true that this plant can take more water than other long-petal crosses?
Flower dropped yesterday. Thankfully, there are two new growths starting.
Have you tried Woodstream Orchids? The had them at one time.
Yikes! Four years to rebloom? Guess I’d better be careful!:(
It has taken me 5 years to get this plant to flower. I bought it as a young plant in late 2015. It finally took off when I put it under fairly...
a.k.a. Sedenii ‘Penn Valley’ AM/AOS
Schroederae is caudatum xSedenii
Vox and Max,
I’ve got a besseae ‘Amazonas’ from Ecuagenera as well; just biding my time until it decides to bloom. Will post photos, whenever...
Just messaged you.
I guess it remains to be seen what the final product is like in terms of N, P, K and the odor, or lack thereof.
I can’t say I recall Milorganite...
The wave of the future?...
Great. Thanks for you input, Ray!
The order before the membrane is:
In-line sediment cartridge
MatriKX CTO 5u filter cartridge
I didn’t record / don’t remember...
Over the last few weeks, I’ve noticed that our RO system output is falling. I’ve got a 3-stage system and an in-line 5-micron sediment cartridge....
Good points. I’d like to see that Phrag in 5 years....
There’s even a Phrag besseae mounted on on a log!
I love the fenestrations.
Thanks, merc. I was wondering...:)
Merc, it looks like they’re sitting in water. Can you please explain your method? E.g., do they get a break from the water tray at all?
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