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Plants I keep inside or brought in for winter
Posted on Nov 3, 2018 12:14 PM

African violet
Alocasia big
Amaryllis- 8 dry
Angelonia cuttings
Asclepias- tropical- cuttings
Canna- orange potted, red dry
Christmas cactus- Betty's
Clivia -2
Begonia- mixed pot
Brugmansia cuttings-3
Coleus- 3
Crinum -2 dry
Black runner EE' and two root cuttings
baby Eddo
Dracaena braunii- 2
Ponytail palm
Queens tears- 3
L Yellow -2
Mandevilla white
Wandering jew- 3
Graptopetaum pot plus babies
Orchid- 5 Ph, 3 Onc
Plumeria potted
Palm with oxalis
Pentas cutting
Polianthes dry
String of hearts
Sansevieria Moonshine and others- 6
Succulents- Kalanchoe luci, small ones in green, spiky one
L D Warneckii with spider and begonia SC
L Begonia Sophie Cecile
L Pothos-3
L Aglaonema- green, mixed, red siam
L B Corallina

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orchid care notes
Posted on Oct 21, 2016 4:43 PM

Maypop " They should be coming in at night if the temps are dropping below fifty but can still enjoy the nice days. Bright outdoor light will make for better blooms even if you can't get them out every day. Oncidium and Dendrobiums can take full fall sun if they are used to bright summer light. Phals like very bright, indirect light or several hours of early morning sun. If you bring plants in be sure to put them someplace cool at night so they have the temperature swing they need. Fertilize with an orchid fertilizer weekly to encourage bloom set and allow all three of these orchid species to almost dry between watering during this cooler period. Always water the plant first and then fertilize to prevent burning roots."

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