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Bojahnik

end of greenhouse season

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A few plants in the greenhouse.

Briggsiana (Marabini)

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burbidgeae x stenophylla

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truncata x (northiana x spectabilis (this will be for sure a nice hybrid when maturing)

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bongso (carunculata) var. robusta

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lowii x truncata

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in the shadow the pitchers aren't so nice coloured

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Angraecum sesquipedale - thanks Darwin a historical orchid - read here for some info http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angraecum_sesquipedale

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Hoya carnosa:

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It got quite cold here and the plants had to be moved in my basement room. It was time for renovating it and I'm a Noob if it comes to handwork but I got it finished somehow ;)

After the electricity bill from last year I had to reduce my growrooms from two to one room. So I installed the second 400 W hps also in the room.

I run it now with lightning 2 x 400W hps 2000 Kelvin and 7000 Kelvin (sunmaster conversion lamp) - each is working for 9 hours - both are overlapping 6 hours - at all 12 hours lightning. So I save some power and give the plants a better lightning also:

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sibuyanensis x x trusmadiensis - sweet marble from a cutting

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sibuyanensis x x trusmadiensis - mature pitcher:

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maxima (dark) x x trusmadiensis

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Cool!

Everythings look really good!

I really like the bongso!

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Fabulous plants.

Your orchid - that is something special. I am, and always have been, intrigued by the amazing relationship it has with the hawkmoth.

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Amazing plants. I always wondered what that orchid looked like....

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