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Coelogyne corymbosa

This is a discussion on Coelogyne corymbosa within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Humidity is my problem. It's a lot more humid in the SF area, here it ...

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    Humidity is my problem. It's a lot more humid in the SF area, here it often drops to below 10% outside in the summer and fall and I have trouble keeping indoor humidity at 30.

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    that can be an issue for many orchids

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    I'm right there with ya, Diane...I often claim that we have negative humidity levels here in Colorado!

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    Humidity is my problem. It's a lot more humid in the SF area, here it often drops to below 10% outside in the summer and fall and I have trouble keeping indoor humidity at 30.

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    Low humidity in Colorado I can believe. I have a vivid memory of visiting my sister the second year after she moved north of Denver. We were doing laundry. Nice day! Sis says we'll hang it on the line. So we drug a basket out, pinned it up, then she turned around and started taking the first things we had pinned down. Suckers were all ready dry! Only took 10 to 12 minutes!

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    well that is an energy saver, LOL! and QUICK too! My electric dryer doesn't work that fast!

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    I guess it would not like our sunny Florida weather. It is beautiful.
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