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My cup runneth over, and over and over.

Discussion in 'Plant Propagation' started by jackb, Apr 29, 2018.

  1. Feb 10, 2019
    jackb

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    It was updated and completed by my post Eight is Enough. The seedlings are doing very well.

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    digitS'

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    :)

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    jackb

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    I noticed today that mama is growing a new flower spike. The plant has been resting since September but when it blooms it blooms for six months and has enormous flowers.

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    baymule

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    Jack, you never fail to amaze me. The little plants are fascinating, can't wait until they bloom......but I'll wait. LOL
     
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    In Lowes the other day I saw orchids with bare roots hanging by a little rectangular wire box and an extended wire with a hook on top like for a hanging basket. They were all in full bloom, of course. I think it said Vanda orchids. I had to wonder if staff would give them a daily misting or how much it needed. I don't think orchid roots are that pretty, really, but I guess they had the same kind of appeal that Spanish moss does.
    I thought about Alex and his admiration of orchids.:rainbowflower
     
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    flowerbug

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    i am sorry i missed seeing this picture, wow they grew pretty fast IMO...

    the new picture is great too! i'm envious in all the good ways. :) kudoes!
     
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    It is Mother Nature that is amazing when you consider that they originated from a tiny speck of material that you can not even see without a microscope. How she packs the genetic material to form a perfect little plant into such a tiny space is truly a wonder. That tiny speck, using elements from sources such as water, sugar, charcoal, tomatoes, bananas, and vitamins, assembled itself into a living organism inside a sealed container converting photons of light into the chemical compounds it needed to exist. That is what I consider amazing.
     
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    yes, life is pretty amazing. i'm always facinated by all the different forms it has found to express itself...
     
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    And it brings forth flowers of unsurpassed beauty.
     
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