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Pleurothallis recurva

This is a discussion on Pleurothallis recurva within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by delilah Tom, I had the wee bulbo on my windowsill, ...Maybe I ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by delilah View Post
    Tom, I had the wee bulbo on my windowsill, ...Maybe I put it outside while it's still warm?
    You are living in the Bay Area, CA. I think it will do very well outside in a shady spot.

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    Thanks, Tom, I'll put it outside. But the nights are getting down to the mid 50s. Hope it will be fine if I hang it about 9' off the ground in a protected little nook to keep it a little protected.

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    and I didn't mean to hijack this thread about your beautiful p.recurva...

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    That is okay, Gita. Hopefully your Bulbo will recover soon and do well again.

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    The dark purple color is beautiful, nice plant

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