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Can't resist

Posted by georgetoo Chapala Mexico (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 27, 09 at 12:13

Best catt season I've ever had (mostly phals,dens, species) and all because I increased the light.
Left pic "BL Morning Glory" had 32 blooms.
Center pic "BLC Kat Sky Song" love the deep red. This plant is still in bark and I suspect has limited roots. I will change it to lava or pumice after blooms go and work to imrove root system
Right pic "The famous Big Box Catt Noid" Four blooms in this cluster. 5 more maturing sheaths. Has grown out of 10" pot in one year (growing in pumice). When first open these flowers are nearly white. 3 days later they have this lavender color.
Anyway I'm very pleased and will try to add more catts(very difficult and expensive in Mexico).

Here is a link that might be useful: Pics


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RE: Can't resist

Gorgeous catts! The Kat Sky Song is indeed a gorgeous color. I wish someone could name your NOID, it would go on my wish list!

Sheila :)


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