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Posted by markmcb Va (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 26, 08 at 16:09

Last fall I cut my Calidoras to the ground and overwintered them in their pots in my basement.Now they are stubs or small stumps about 2-3 inches above soil level, and they have dark purple spikes emanating from the sides.Is there anything I need to do at this point, or should I just leave them alone? The same with my Portadora.

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RE: Calidora-Portadora

Hi Mark. Go ahead and put them into some light. They will start to grow quickly and can be placed outside when frost danger has passed. feed them now a good slow release plant food. You will notice they will clump, or now have multipul growing points. Take care. Orchidboy

RE: Calidora-Portadora

Thanx Orchidboy for the info.It is just now starting to get warm here in Va. This what we have been waiting months for.
Best of Luck. MarkMcB

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