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Re: orchid help please

Holli, I discovered yesterday that my friend the orchid specialist had not 
receiving my emails for whatever reason.  Now that is fixed and I have an 
answer from him.  I'm sorry it took so long.

If the plant is doing well on the current piece of bark - get a larger piece 
and tie it to the back of the existing one - it will continue to grow on the 
whole block - be sure to keep it humid/moist when growing  open on a bark 
slab....  Natures way -   BS

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