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My Rhychostylis White that I deflask in 2013

This is a discussion on My Rhychostylis White that I deflask in 2013 within the Flasking Equipment & Technique forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; Oh poor me ,I'll die before to see this little one bloom.here're my Rhychostylis White ...

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    Default My Rhychostylis White that I deflask in 2013

    Oh poor me ,I'll die before to see this little one bloom.here're my Rhychostylis White that I deflask in November 11,2013

    They grow really slow but healthy with nice root.i moved them from basket and use wood glue on moss and mount them as picture.forget them for awhile


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    Looks nice. Yes they are extremely slow growing. it would take atleast 3 more years to expect blooms from this.

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    Kitty..wood glue on the moss? for what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flordeloto View Post
    Kitty..wood glue on the moss? for what?
    Haha,glue on wood and moss on top the root take the moist from it.every plant hold with cotton tread from each hole behind

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    Vary nice! I'm looking forward to seeing all your hard work payoff with lots of blooms. 😃
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    Good luck Kitty nice Rhynco attached to the bark.

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    Well done Kitty! They look very healthy and happy

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    They look fine, but you must have patience before you see them bloom. Don't forget to show us their progress.

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    Kitty - they look happy!! Good work!

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    Update today on 4/25/2016 for my baby that deflasking 11/26/2013

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