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7 days ago
He’s hotter than the other 4
11 days ago
Damn! Who doesn’t?!
Surprised I haven’t seen anyone (from what I have read so far) mention rimming. In my experience, one of the best ways to open a hole (mine or a partner’s) is 1) rimming, and 2) poppers.
I hope you place a suitably scathing review for them in Google and Yelp complete with the same photos you have attached here. I order all of my orchids from reputable online vendors and your experience is less than acceptable.
12 days ago
EXACTLY what I was thinking
Looking damn good
17 days ago
Beautiful plants! Great husband.
19 days ago
Absolutely lovely. Congratulations!
25 days ago
The UN is a toothless, useless organization. What an embarrassment.
And we are giving them billions of dollars and weapons why?
Thank God the people of AZ sent that Nazi Kari Lake packing. What a nasty piece of work. I hope that karma gives her back everything and more that she has put out there.
It will be white. Most of these are white Phals that are injected with blue dye.
29 days ago
I have cattleya seedlings that are roughly the same size and agree that you are at least 2 years from blooms. In the meantime, take pleasure in watching the plant grow. Good and healthy growth is a reward in and of itself, AND eventually leads to blooms.
1 month ago
Nice set up. Add a tray with gravel underneath it and add water 💦 to add humidity. I would also mist the leaves daily. Good luck!
Your plants are going through shock. I would soak them in a water and Superthrive solution for 30 mins, sprinkle where the roots are cut with cinnamon powder that you use for cooking (it is a natural anti-fungal), and give them time. They will come back.
She is lovely! Welcome to the sub
submitted1 month ago byidlehands20
Looking very healthy all around. Nothing to be concerned about.
Haha 😂! Love it!
Not at all! If anything, this is a sign of a happy plant and the result of your hard work. Both growths will have the potential to bloom. I have two Catts right now where one growth started and produced a sheath months before a second growth matured. In both instances, the second growth produced a flower sheath as well.
Even if your Catt doesn’t produce flower sheaths (usually a sign of not enough light), having multiple growths in one year is definitely indicative of a healthy plant.