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Re: Orchid help please/Donna

Donna, how much are they asking for them?  Shipping would probably  break the 
bank though ;(
Yes I still have the Palm trees...  You have no idea what I have been  up to 
I am growing REAL palm trees, different varieties of bananas, ginger and  
have a few more things coming!
I have Bamboo wind chimes, Flamingo votive holders, Flamingo cheese  
spreaders.  We did get a bar last Friday, wasn't able to get the Tiki bar  but I can 
surely decorate it!  Funny thing though DH put the bar together  in the living 
room...   DUH!  then we couldn't get it out the  back double doors!!  LOL
I saw a sign that said Flamingo crossing which I think I just have to have  
Will take pics!
LI,NY  the New Tropical Paradise
In a message dated 4/26/2005 11:53:58 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

Menards  has the animated flamingos.... Still got the palm trees?!?

Sorry no  help on the orchid... :(


> Hi  Everyone,
>  I am doing a tropical theme in my yard this  year.  This actually  started
> as
> a joke because DH  and I havent been on a vacation in 25  years,  but I
>  kindda
> got carried away. I need some help with an orchid.   I  purchased a L.
> Purpurata Werkhauser mounted on a piece of  bark.  The bark  is about
> 6inches..  the
>  roots  are well mounted in the bark.  My  question is now what  do I do...
> Do I
> find a larger bark?  Can someone   steer me to a place that will teach me
> about the care?  This is  my  first  time with an orchid.
> And you would not   believe all the other plants that are here!   Now if  I
>  can just find those animated Flamingos!
> Holli
> LI,  NY  who also found authentic steel drum  music ;)

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