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    Weetamoo

    Bc Punakea 'Lea'

    It started blooming the end of November, so it's been about 6 weeks now, and still looks fresh though the color has faded a bit. I expect it will last

    Weetamoo Yesterday, 02:45 PM Go to last post
    Weetamoo

    more of my iffy orchids. virus, bacterial, fungal?

    Thank you for the guidance Ray! I've been a little confused as to how much to fertilize. I've seen recommendations to limit fertilization in the winter.

    Weetamoo Yesterday, 02:43 PM Go to last post
    raybark

    more of my iffy orchids. virus, bacterial, fungal?

    Clara,

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    raybark Yesterday, 08:50 AM Go to last post
    Orchidshi

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    Orchidshi Yesterday, 07:50 AM Go to last post
    Orchidshi

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