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Show us where you grow....

This is a discussion on Show us where you grow.... within the OrchidTalk Members Grow Area - Photos forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; It's wonderful to see all the different and creative grow areas. Here is my contribution:...

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    It's wonderful to see all the different and creative grow areas. Here is my contribution:



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    Maegg-
    Looks like you live somewhere warm! (I see the palm fronds in the background) Great idea with the wire baskets....easy to move around and transport. Thanks for sharing the photos.
    Still waiting from some of you regulars to post your growing areas too. Kev, how 'bout it? Mike? Anyone else? Piper? Come on now, don't be shy!

    ME (Matt E.)

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    Yep, I live in the deep south and it's almost swimming weather here . The wire carriers are antique milk bottle carriers. I'm always on the lookout for those as they can be hard to find. The orchids love them since they are suspended in air slightly.

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    Well, my growing area looks like crap. So I'm not sharing.

    I'm not artistically inclined, so the lovely arranging that you all do and the neat and orderly rows of plants on brightly lit racks or fantastic outdoor grow areas....never happen here.

    One of these days I will take a pic of the nice rack hubby welded up for me to use indoor/outdoor though.

    But I appreciate the pix of the areas you all have which are so nice!

    RSJ

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    I am with RSJ. My GH is not even close to orderly and is a tangled mess of roots and plants.

    Nice grow spaces people!

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    I'll admit that I cleaned mine up before I took a picture lol. There were all kinds of kids toys, doggie chew toys and tools laying around that I removed before snapping the pic. If you have a greenhouse (even a messy one) you have a better grow space than my piddly one.

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    I love crammed and messy greenhouses! Feels like you're in the jungle. At any rate, would love to see more growing areas if anyone out there is so inclined.

    Matt

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    Will post, but give me till next week. I close friend died this week and I need to pipe for the family memorial. I'm using the forum for light entertainment (with no heavy lifting) until that's done on Sunday.

    No secrets here - just a small apartment with great light and WAY too many plants to water!

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    Wonderful Grow areas everyone!! I will post mine when I get home tomorrow. I have had my GH since winter and love it. It may be getting time to redo the plastic since I went the ceap way and bought the painters drop plastic. I hear it only lasts 6 months to a year in the sun. I may do just before winter Dont need it to fall apart during a really cold snap and freezing the poor plants to death. LOL Will post later!!

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