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Default Species 5 - Spath.kimballiana

In case anyone can't see pics here, you can find them also on my flickr
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This pic was taken Aug.3. The plant is still blooming in the GH - it has
blooomed, 1 or occasionally 2 flowers open at a time, since then.

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Default Species 5 - Spath.kimballiana

A beautiful canary yellow, I love it. Is it difficult to grow?
Cheers Wendy
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In case anyone can't see pics here, you can find them also on my flickr
page at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

This pic was taken Aug.3. The plant is still blooming in the GH - it has
blooomed, 1 or occasionally 2 flowers open at a time, since then.


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Wendy7 wrote:
A beautiful canary yellow, I love it. Is it difficult to grow?
Cheers Wendy
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In case anyone can't see pics here, you can find them also on my flickr
page at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

This pic was taken Aug.3. The plant is still blooming in the GH - it has
blooomed, 1 or occasionally 2 flowers open at a time, since then.


THIS one isn't, I think. The LAST one, which died, was. Go figure. It's
in a pretty wet terrestrial kind of mix and gets as much sun as my GH
affords, intermediate temps, never dries out. Exactly identical
conditions to the last one. Who knows???


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