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  • mitch replied to the topic Re:cymbidium orchids won't bloom in the forums.
    Here's a good article by Walter Anderson www.themulch.com/orchids/cymbidium-orchi...-southern-california
    It sounds like your orchids probably need more a little more sun
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  • susiewinters, mitch replied to the topic Re:cymbidium orchids won't bloom in the forums.
    Hi Mitch

    The orchids are in little pots, I repotted them last year in that coconut fiber, no soil, I had them in a little morning sun, then I moved them to another part of the garden which doesn't get much sun, they grow nice leaves, but no orchids. Not sure if I water too much, not enough, kinda perplexed. I'm here in Poway. Should I put them all in one container, they're only little plants.
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  • mitch replied to the topic Re:almonds in the forums.
    I was looking into growing Almonds in Point Loma and I talked with a lot of people and it just didn't sound like it was going to get hot enough - a lot of varieties where "low chill" but the heat needed wasn't there.
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  • susiewinters created a new topic cymbidium orchids won't bloom in the forums.
    I have my cymbidium orchids in CORE coconut fiber, I've tried soil and have not had any results. The coconut fiber doesn't seem to work for me either. I live in Poway, and I see cymbidium plants blooming and the people say they don't do anything to them. What am I doing wrong. I used the orchid fertilizer too.
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  • susiewinters created a new topic Potted Prunus triloba in the forums.
    I have had a potted Prunus triloba in my garden near a diseased sap dripping nectarine tree. Could this have caused gummosis on my Prunus triloba, Should I plant it in the ground or just move it to another area and treat it.

    How do you treat gummosis.


    thanks
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  • tanyad replied to the topic Re:almonds in the forums.
    Julie, I was checking the Dave Wilson website and it says this variety needs hot weather to ripen. Do you find it hot enough here in Pt.Loma (by the university) to get them to ripen?
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