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myorchidsvicissitudes · 23 days ago
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Ugh! The dreaded accordion effect! I forgot to water my paphiopedilum and I was two days later than I remembered and well, now I see the consequence  -___-;;
This is not something dangerous, it’s simply a sign that the orchid had been thirsty. Sorry!
My oncostele wildcat is about to start giving me a gorgeous show!
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I know this orchid can have even more flowers but since she’s recovering from a massive root loss, I’m really impressed with this flower spike. Around 18 buds if I remember correctly. Oh, did I mention that I had to do this to straighten the flower spike?
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There was no room left to place the stick so I taped it to the pot. Since the pot will be inside a decorative pot everything will look nice. Can’t wait to see the blooms!
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elizjjwold · 24 days ago
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by Elizabeth Johnson-Wold
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elizjjwold · 24 days ago
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elizjjwold · a month ago
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hightimes-dispensary · 2 months ago
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CBD reduces COVID-19 lung damage with protective peptides
CBD reduces COVID-19 lung damage with protective peptides
CBD in cannabis reduces COVID-19 lung damage with protective peptidesTel: (657) 256-5342website; https://hightimedispensary.comTelegram; https://t.me/joinchat/glCUz7v-gZJjZWM0Tweet CBD reduces COVID-19 lung damage with protective peptides In a new study, scientists have shown that one of the non-psychoactive cannabinoids in cannabis – CBD – reduces lung damage induced by cytokine storms caused…
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frankenshane · 3 months ago
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our pomegranate tree is R E A D Y for spring!
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awkwardbotany · 3 months ago
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Winter Trees and Shrubs: Northern Catalpa
Winter Trees and Shrubs: Northern Catalpa
The names of plants often contain clues that can either help with identification or that tell something about the plant’s history or use. The name, catalpa, is said to be derived from the Muscogee word, katałpa, meaning “winged head,” presumably referring to the tree’s winged seeds. Or maybe, as one writer speculates, it refers to the large, heart-shaped, floppy leaves that can make it look like…
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