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Paph. haynaldianum

This is a discussion on Paph. haynaldianum within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Can I wait like a week? The original pot was that "disposable" rose pot. I'm ...

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    Can I wait like a week? The original pot was that "disposable" rose pot. I'm going to order a 3.5" from KK today. I'd rather put it in that, but don't know if waiting a week is ok.

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    Oh, ok. I don't care for those cheap disposable pots anyway. Yes, it shoud be fine for a week, just don't keep it too wet. Paph hay. likes very bright light to grow and bloom, so give it plenty of light.

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    Yes, actually, cheap disposable pot is already at the dump! lol. Glad you didn't say "Heather, you absolutely must put it back in that pot! OR ELSE! Grrrr!"
    I'd have been scared!

    Will place my order this a.m. I am getting a whole SLEW of new pots to drill! Yippee!!

    Thanks for helping me!

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    You're welcome, Heather! I forgot to mention that your hay. has some nice new plump roots growing, so that is good. Healthy plump roots=healthy plants.

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    I was happy about that too. The older ones looked a little iffy, but those new ones, I thought was a good sign.

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