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a visit to the farm series 28

This is a discussion on a visit to the farm series 28 within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by walingwaling thanks nelson, i keep mine in a coconut shell filled with ...

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    Default Thank you, guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    thanks nelson,

    i keep mine in a coconut shell filled with husk and charcoal, but one is outside and i dont know if the rain could be too much?
    how often do you water em?
    Almost all my plants are outside and exposed to the elements, too!

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    wonderful lueddemanniana
    I am sure you have your own lueddemannianas! Post them when in bloom, too!

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    Default I am sure you can do it.

    Quote Originally Posted by bench72 View Post
    Wonderful hennisianum

    Thank you.

    gotta say that you make many of the little botanicals look interesting!

    That is not fair! They are beautiful too, just smaller!


    I've never been able to take a decent photo of my pangasinanense!

    I didn't even have to use a macro lens for that; only the Hoya lens extensions over the regular lens.

    as for the rest... you do make me want to keep on trying with the species phallies

    I am very sure you can provide them with expert care.


    thank you Nelson.
    You are welcome, and thank you, too!

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    Nice pictures!

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