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My "new to me" plants

This is a discussion on My "new to me" plants within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; No, I am not as picky as with the Paph and Phrag leaves. I'll tell ...

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    No, I am not as picky as with the Paph and Phrag leaves. I'll tell you though that broken leaf on the St. Peter is making me CRAZY!!!!

    I knew you wouldn't be able to see that one well, but wanted to show off my unruly tomatoes! Lol. Mostly I wanted you to see the pots, hence the darker background there. Also, I knew you already know what the IE bloom looks like.
    I am really trying to be more conscious with my picture taking. I just live in a very green place.

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    Yes, I'm glad it wasn't a Paph or Phrag leaf, that would really bug the !@#$% out of me!

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    Those look good, heather. Nice repotting job, too! I especially like the Paph in the second pic. Very strong, healthy plant.

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    mmm...tomatoes. wish I had a balcony.

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    YAY! Someone noticed the tomatoes too! Sorry, I was showing off....lol.

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    Heather, are the tomatoes on the plants in the pic? If they are and I don't see them , you know why.

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    Hmmm, I didn't know Peter was having a sale!
    Great orchids,potting and great tomatoes!

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    Yes it was quite a surprise!

    No, just the plants right now. No one can see the tomatoes yet, except me, peering under the leaves.

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    Where did you get the square pots?

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    Hi Traci, I order the pots from Kelly's Korner Orchid Supplies in Kittery Maine. It is most economical if you put a good order together for at least $30, or they charge you $5 for a smaller order, so I just buy a lot of pots. They are cheap, anywhere from $.80 to $2.00 and they have potting mixes, lights, all sorts of good stuff. No plants though.

    Hope it is ok I posted all that about another vendor, Lja!

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