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Safe to repot?

This is a discussion on Safe to repot? within the Cattleya Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; Great to hear that you have new growth showing! That means things are good. Before ...

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    Brutal_Dreamer is offline Dreaming with my eyes open...
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    Great to hear that you have new growth showing! That means things are good. Before long you will have blooms to share in photos.

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    Okay, well... finally got my computer back up and going here at home, so I took some pictures this morning. They look pretty wet, but that's just because we had a really humid night... lotsa dew.

    Considering I got them __on sale because they were already half dead, I really don't think I need to justify why some of them look so bad, but... I feel the need to do so anyways. So, all the brown spots, withered leaves, etc etc... that was out of my control, that's why I got "both" plants for @ 2 bucks each or so. After repotting and dealing with birds digging my stuff of to make a nest and breaking some of the little guys off, I ended up with 5 plants. Not bad for a couple of bucks.

    Anywhos, the tag that came with the plants has them listed as: LC. Love Knot 'Sun Bulb'

    I'm hoping I used the attachment option right... guess I'll know in a few mins.
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    hi .. I have left 2 battles, one is mini cat after lose all my other cid. but the problem is how to get it bloom again. I really desperate to get it bloom again to get the courage to start it over again. or just forget it.
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    Lansrose, Is your mini catt getting enough sunlight?

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    May be, not sure. The leave color is light green. But currently now at my country is the raining seasons.

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    hi im new at this forum and new at orchid growing, but just love them and want to learn more about them

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