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What is protecting my orchids

This is a discussion on What is protecting my orchids within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; He looks really relaxed and comfy on that wide pbulb, doesn't he? Nice of you ...

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    Mehera is offline Just Another Senior Moment
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    He looks really relaxed and comfy on that wide pbulb, doesn't he? Nice of you to provide such luxury digs for him. What happens when you water?

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    Looks like you have a couple of tenants or perhaps squatters. At least they are making themselves useful as well as comfortable. More's the merrier I say so long as they aren't hurting the orchids or biting you.

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    I like the addition! Unfortunately (and fortunately depending on your desire for an indoor frog population), the only frogs I get in my flat get brought in by a cat. The last one was about the size of my thumbnail and trying to catch it from under a set of paws was interesting.

    So far none of them have made it to the orchids, and all of them have made it back outdoors courtesy of my hands.

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