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Re: Scale on orchids

Zem....Sure I can post some pictures of the orchid show.  Don't know  how 
good they are though, there were quite a lot of people, so taking pictures  was 
difficult, except up close.  Perhaps Scottie has some pictures of the  larger 
exhibits in their entirety since she helped with set up.   Unfortunately I 
don't have a website to post....donna, may I send them to  you????  Hope I find 
the disc again.
I found something interesting in every exhibit.  Two of my favorites  were 
the one in the dividing wall between show/vendors that had a miniture  waterfall 
and stream.  I loved the miniature orchids on the  driftwoods.  Other 
favorites were the gazebo with all the orchids hanging  and "planted" around it, that 
made it look like a perfect wedding picture  location.  And of course the 
large jungle scene with giant trees with  orchids and epiphytes hanging, stuffed 
jungle animals hiding among the  terrestrials.  Really well done.  Actually 
now that I think of it,  they were all great....I could go on and on. I was busy 
taking pictures and  writing down names of plants to look for at the sale.   
Scottie.....I admire your husband for growing Paphs. I can grow pretty much  
any orchid (so far) except the three P's.  I have kept a couple a live, but  
just barely. Seems most folks I've seen grow them best in green houses  or 
inside....and I don't do either.  Mine are all outside, mounted on  driftwood, 
cork or fernbark, or growing in baskets.   
Unfortunately I live way on the other side of Houston, in Fort Bend  County.  
I appreciate it, and will send you my address of list.   Thanks!!!!!  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast 
In a message dated 5/29/2005 8:57:05 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Noreen, do you have any orchid show pictures to  post?

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