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St. Swithin

This is a discussion on St. Swithin within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Heather, you're getting pretty handy with that drill machine, aren't you? You Supergirl you, er ...

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    Heather, you're getting pretty handy with that drill machine, aren't you? You Supergirl you, er excuse me Mad Paph girl! LOL!

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    Heather, just out of curiosity, how much are those transparent pots from KKK? I think they are perfect for Paphs and Phrags.

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    Good morning!
    Yes, they are quite nice, but a little tricky to drill!
    The sizes I got (should have gotten more of them!) are 5"- 6" diameter and cost between $.80-.95 each, so pretty cheap. The only issue w/ KK is that if you don't order at least $30. worth of supplies, they tack on a $5 handling charge. So, I just ordered physan and a couple of their mixes as well, and got it up to the $30 mark. You could probably just drive down there though, so that wouldn't apply. I used their paph mix to repot the SS.

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    Thanks, Heather! It's a 3 hour drive down to KK, so maybe if I ever need more pots, I can just order it online and also try their Paph mix.

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    Oh, gosh, well, I'd save your gas $ for plants!

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    KK doesn't plants, right? I don't remember seeing any plants listed on their website the last time I checked.

    Maybe, lja should start selling those transparent pots, so we can order from him.

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    Nope, no plants! No temptation!

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