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My Roof Top Shade House

This is a discussion on My Roof Top Shade House within the OrchidTalk Members Grow Area - Photos forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Thats one great looking grow space !! The plants seem to be loving it there ...

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    Thats one great looking grow space !! The plants seem to be loving it there with the natural look and mounting ! Congrats !

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    Thank you all. I wish I could fill it full but I'm afraid I don't have the means to shelter the orchids during a typhoon other than the cramp space we have indoors.

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    This looks fantastic and you are very creative with your mounted orchids.

    Do you leave your plants on your rooftop year round or do you bring them inside at some point?

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    Thanks Lambert. I bring some of them indoors during typhoon or when its rains continously for few days and in winter when there is a danger of frost. Those on the logs I just leave them be, because there is no space for them inside the house. If it gets too cold I just cover the plants with clear plastic bag and hope for the best. During a typhoon I just put them down on the floor and secure them as best as I could.

    Luckily, those kind of days last only for few days at a time.

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