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GARDENING (ESP. ORCHIDS)

#1 Postby mujacko2002 » Fri Dec 17, 2010 9:00 am

Mabuhay!

Any vegan here that is into gardening? or orchid collecting....share your pics and tips.

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Re: GARDENING (ESP. ORCHIDS)

#2 Postby Cold Fission » Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:04 am

I never got around to making a garden.I grew some greens in pots but wasn't sure when to pick them and they turned into mutant flower things.

I'll try again someday.
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Re: GARDENING (ESP. ORCHIDS)

#3 Postby mujacko2002 » Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:49 am

Mabuhay!

@cold fission..hi there. yup vegetables and other crops have their own time when harvesting. if one goes beyond the harvest period sometimes veggies would taste bitter or hard to the bite. Well i hope you start your gardening soon.
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Re: GARDENING (ESP. ORCHIDS)

#4 Postby Dallas » Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:52 am

I've grown Parsley, Basil, String beans, and Bell Peppers.

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#5 Postby mujacko2002 » Sat Dec 18, 2010 3:11 am

Mabuhay!

@dallas...wow, that's cool...pics....pics....pics pls..thanks. Do you grow them organically?
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first time bloomers

#6 Postby mujacko2002 » Tue Dec 21, 2010 1:32 pm

Mabuhay!

Just wanna share with you guys my new bloomers :

my cattleya burana gold

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another dendrobium type

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enjoy and Godbless :D
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#7 Postby mujacko2002 » Thu Dec 23, 2010 11:12 am

Mabuhay!

Just purchased 2 new orchids and i'll be attaching them tomorrow on my trees :

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I bought this orchids at somewhat cheap price so i hope i'll be able to grow them well.

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pet or pest? & other stuff

#8 Postby mujacko2002 » Sat Dec 25, 2010 9:54 pm

Mabuhay!

On with the show :

This garden snail is so big but i dont want to kill it though i see a number of them in my garden. Sorry mother nature, if i "accidentally" stepped on them. Actually, if i see a centipede or a scorpion or get my face tangled in a spider web in the morning i just let them be except for snakes or poisonous critters that can kill me.
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When i bought this at a very cheap price since i had a feeling that they just got this from the forest and as a "conservationist" somehow, i was not really expecting it to live especially when i was so very busy with work and other priorities. This one thrive on neglect. I put it on a high branch of my mango tree and i assure you i can only count how many times i was able to water this fellow. Since then, i put most of my orchids with "chamber like bodies" on places where it will not be disturbed and be watered unintentionally. Though i don't know the name of this baby. I am hoping it will really thrive under my care.
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as you can see, i put my newly purchased orchid again on a high branch of my mango tree. (the one with the long, small flowers)
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my usual blooming orchid
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can't wait for summer for this baby to flower in full-force:
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Have a Blessed Christmas and a Healthy and Joyful New Year to us all.

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#9 Postby mujacko2002 » Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:48 am

Mabuhay!

Wow, this website seems to be pretty quite. hehehehe :popcorn: Anyway, i would just like to share with you guys my plants just in time for the New Year : enjoy!!! :zunge:

V.Udom Gold X V.Golden Heritage X V.Thai Spot '4n'
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my cattleya soon to be blooming
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Happy New Year folks!!! Godbless
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Re: GARDENING (ESP. ORCHIDS)

#10 Postby Northstar » Thu Dec 30, 2010 10:25 am

Hey there, beautiful orchids! I have never grown orchids or any flowers, except for some edible ones, but have grown nearly all common vegetables and some fruits.

Keep it up!


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