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Re: orchid/weather/yard

Thanks for the offer, Judy, I appreciate it very much.  Unfortunately  I 
cannot grow phaleonopsis here at all.  Don't seem to have a problem  with any 
others, but those either totally die, or they just sit  there.  I have one 
variegated one that just sits there for years,  doesn't grow, doesn't die, just sits. 
 It's the only one that has survived  the longest, so I'm hoping one day it 
will do better. 
Thanks again, Judy, appreciate it.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 8/8/2006 10:24:50 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Andrea  & Noreen,
let me know if either of you would like some of my hand me  down orchids. I
usually buy pink or white phalenopsis or  dendrobiums.

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