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    Thanks Dex!

    I'm surprised at how easy the orchids are to care for. I've always thought they were finicky plants.

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    Smile

    Few more pics



















    My new baby N. truncata




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    Those are some fine looking Cephalotus! Well done :-)

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    dang.. everything is so colorful. What kind of lights are you using?

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    Thanks WG and Mass. The sarrs were grown under security lights from Lowes, hps. Everything else is grown under some type of fluorescent.

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    The Caroline County purps are looking beefy!

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    Thanks WM. I really like those. They all have some very nice coloration. Thanks!

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    Virginia purps tend to do that. I was hoping they stayed pale with the dark veins, but the blood red still looks awesome. Their dormant coloration is usually a metallic red, at least it usually is. We might have a pinstripe variety, too. However, that one is really, really rare. It looks like the site yours came from is pretty much doomed. 80% of the plants are now dead.

    Are your's starting to slow down now? Mine seem to be taking a break currently, making smaller leaves.

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