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Wayne and I were "competitors" for years (we had a good chuckle about that when I visited him once, having also done business with each other)....
Maybe you should follow my example: by simply not restocking as they sold out, over a three-year period I went from a greenhouse...
Cymbidium Golden Elf 'Sundust' was always sold as being "warmth tolerant", but in my experience warmth-loving is closer to the truth.
That's a new one to me as well.
Yes indeed. Welcome!
I used to be a KOS member, but moved away in 1981. Back then, the average age of the membership was in the 70's (I was in my...
John has been a long-time friend and customer. I'm really sorry to hear that.
Funny you should say that, as it was once a laelia. Now it has been classified as a cattleya, which is certainly easier than hoffmannseggella.
I have sometimes noticed that when using iPhone images, and I then use PSP to correct it, but then "save as".
From Troy's description:
ORIGIN/HABITAT: This often-named terrestrial orchid is found from southern Florida through the Caribbean to South...
This is what I meant by a "show":
Unfortunately, this plant was lost to a greenhouse heater failure on a 7°F night.
Keep at it, the can put on a great show once you get a good size colony established.
I remember seeing a couple of other alternatives - One was to use a wine chiller and convert it by adding lights and humidity (I saw this done...
I have never done either, but I would think that a window a/c unit moves a large volume of somewhat dried air, while the aquarium chiller setup,...