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My Dracula orchids

This is a discussion on My Dracula orchids within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; This makes me want to try a Dracula orchid now. Congratulations on the new growth, ...

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    This makes me want to try a Dracula orchid now. Congratulations on the new growth, Leslie.

    cheers,
    BD

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    Wow! That's such a nice terrarium! When interior design meets engineering!

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    have 13 dracula plants, which seem to be doing ok. they are all putting up new growths. everything i could read up on them told me shady and always keep moist. mustnt dry out. they live on a lower shelf in my greenhouse, which is somewhat heated. had been told that dracula's were not for beginners!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

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