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Update as promised

This is a discussion on Update as promised within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; So here are how my orchids are shaping up since almost a month now since ...

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    Default Update as promised

    So here are how my orchids are shaping up since almost a month now since I bought them home and tended to them the Phalaenopsis has been very forgiving almost all in bloom now ; however it has suprised me some more , i notice that several of its nodes are swollen , perhaps another spray of flowers? I'm sad about my Cymbidium its losing its flowers and i will have to wait until next year I think to see bloom again. My SLC has lost its flowers but has two upcoming buds taking its place.Name:  DSC01328.JPG
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    http://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchid...tml#post249934

    that was my pervious post in case you wanted to compare.

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    Nice Growing :-)

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    That phal is still gorgeous! Your cymbidium is a really pretty one, too.

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