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By wcrosman
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So I put my orchids outside at night during sept early oct in order to get them to bloom when spring comes. To my surprise two have already produced new flower spikes, all but one new leaves. And this with two phals still in bloom from spring time.
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By alecStewart1
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Nice Phals!

What temps are your nights in Colorado? I have the Phal I shared here that's in a bathroom north-facing window. Night temps are about 67 in the house, but by the window I'm not sure. It's currently pouting from the move but it's been opening a few buds up.

I kind of hope it'll start pulling back the flowers and flower stalks here soon so it can rest.
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By wcrosman
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When they were outside lows were in the 50’s
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