BiOrbAir Review – Growing Miniature Orchids in the BiorbAir (part eight)

Welcome to the eighth part of my BiOrbAir Review – Growing Miniature Orchids in the BiOrbAir.  The BiOrbAir is a specialised, automated terrarium, designed by Barry Reynolds.  I first planted this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium in August 2015, so at the time of writing – in December 2016, this BiOrbAir terrarium is over a year old.  Some, though not all, of the miniature orchids that are currently growing inside this terrarium were featured in the original planting of this terrarium in August 2015.

If you would like to start at the very beginning, and read the first part of this trial and BiOrbAir review, please click here.

Miniature orchids from different countries and climates

For this trial and BiOrbAir review – Growing Miniature Orchids in the BiOrbAir, I have chosen a variety of different miniature orchids, originating from a diverse range of environments, climates, and countries, to trial growing inside my BiOrbAir terrarium.  Throughout this trial I will identify varieties of miniature orchids that will thrive in the constant conditions provided by the BiOrbAir terrarium.  I hope this trial will help you if you’re interested in growing miniature orchids, or creating your own indoor terrarium garden.

You can see the full planting list of all the plants that I have trialled growing inside the Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, featured in this review here.  Where you’ll also find the details of all of the nurseries and companies I used to purchase the miniature orchids, moss, and cork for this terrarium.

My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.

Terrarium compost

I used the peat-free, coir compost that was included with my BiOrbAir as the growing media for this terrarium.  I followed the straight-forward instructions to pre-soak the compost, before adding it to the terrarium, when I planted this terrarium over a year ago.  I didn’t add any other growing media or fertiliser, I used only the coir compost provided with the BiOrbAir.

I haven’t used any fertilisers on either the moss or the coir compost inside this terrarium, and I haven’t as yet replaced any of the coir compost.  The compost used inside this terrarium is the same coir compost that was included in the package, when I purchased my BiOrbAir terrarium, back in August 2015.

Terrarium moss

The moss inside this terrarium has been watered only with rainwater.  This moss was part of my original planting of this terrarium.  A year and four months has passed since I planted this terrarium, and the moss is still looking in optimum condition – it’s a beautiful verdant green, and provides the perfect backdrop for the miniature orchids.  So far, in the time since planting, I haven’t replaced any of the moss from this terrarium or any of the compost, nor have I added any additional compost to this terrarium.

Any fertilisers I use, and any care or maintenance I undertake, of both the plants, and the BiOrbAir terrarium itself, I will detail here in my BiOrbAir review.  I hope this review will help you if you’re looking to start up your own terrarium, or if you require advice on maintaining your terrarium, or if you’re interested in growing miniature orchids.

Fertilisers

To feed my miniature orchids, I use Orchid Focus Grow and Orchid Focus Bloom.  I purchased both of these fertilisers from the shop at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.  I feed my orchids sparingly, following the instructions on the pack.  These miniature epiphytic orchids wouldn’t naturally receive an abundance of nutrients in their natural environment.  Over feeding can be detrimental to your plants, causing further problems.  These are the only fertilisers I have ever used inside this terrarium.

Miniature Orchid Terrarium Planting List:

Following the addition of some new orchids and a re-organisation of this terrarium on the 16th October 2016, I now have the following orchids growing inside this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium:

  • Aerangis hyaloides
  • Aerangis macrocentra
  • Amesiella philippinensis
  • Angraecum equitans
  • Bulbophyllum falcatum ‘Minor’
  • Diplocaulobium abbreviatum
  • Dryadella simula
  • Lepanthopsis astrophora ‘Stalky’
  • Masdevallia decumana
  • Masdevallia rechingeriana
  • Mediocalcar decoratum
  • Phalaenopsis parishii

Three of these miniature orchids – Angraecum equitans, Diplocaulobium abbreviatum, and Masdevallia decumana, were included in my original planting of this terrarium in August 2015.

Over time I have added to the planting inside this BiOrbAir terrarium – the Lepanthopsis astrophora ‘Stalky’ specimen was added in January 2016.  On the 9th April 2016, I added Bulbophyllum falcatum ‘Minor’, Dryadella simula, and Masdevallia rechingeriana.  Then in May 2016, I added a Phalaenopsis parishii specimen – which had been previously been growing in another of my terrariums.  On the 26th May 2016, I added Mediocalcar decoratum to this terrarium.  Then on the 16th October 2016, I added  Aerangis hyaloidesAerangis macrocentraAmesiella philippinensis, and Schoenorchis fragrans.  

The Schoenorchis fragrans specimen was disposed of at the start of November 2016, as the plant was harbouring a number of different pests and was declining each day.  At this time I did not have a quarantine terrarium available to segregate the plant, so instead, to protect my other orchids, I disposed of the miniature orchid.  I then went on to purchase another Schoenorchis fragrans specimen, from a different nursery, which I have included in my other BiOrbAir terrarium

You can see the full planting list for this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium here, where you’ll find the full details of where I have purchased all of my miniature orchids, the moss, and the cork I have used inside this terrarium.

BiOrbAir Review and Miniature Orchid Trial

Terrarium pests

I am on the look out for snails and other pests that may be residing inside this terrarium.  I may have inadvertently introduced some unwanted pests to this terrarium when I included a miniature orchid, a Schoenorchis fragrans specimen, that was harbouring a number of pests within its tightly held leaves, to this terrarium.  I have now disposed of the Schoenorchis fragrans specimen.  I hope that by doing so, I have avoided an outbreak of pests, but it’s very possible I was too late in disposing of the plant, and as a consequence, a number of pests could now be active inside this Miniature Orchid Terrarium.  If I discover any pests I will update you in this review.

My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.

Miniature Orchids

Let’s have a look at how my miniature orchids are growing inside this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Lepanthopsis astrophora ‘Stalky’

This Lepanthopsis astrophora ‘Stalky’ specimen finished flowering last month – in November 2016.  I expect this Lepanthopsis astrophora ‘Stalky’ specimen to have a better display, and more prolonged period in bloom next year, as I feel that this plant has been building itself up, and focusing more on growing than blooming.

Lepanthopsis astrophora 'Stalky', as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Lepanthopsis astrophora ‘Stalky’, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Phalaenopsis parishii

The moss around this Phalaenopsis parishii specimen has grown and developed all around this miniature orchid, establishing itself rather beautifully.  This is lovely for the moss, and I think at the moment, it’s also fine for this Phalaenopsis too, but I will keep an eye on things, just to ensure that the Phalaenopsis parishii also remains happy.  This Phalaenopsis parishii is one of my favourite miniature orchids, I hope it will bloom again in 2017.

Phalaenopsis parishii, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Phalaenopsis parishii, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Bulbophyllum falcatum ‘Minor’

This Bulbophyllum falcatum ‘Minor’ specimen has been growing well.  The plant has increased in size, and has produced a vast amount of lovely roots.

Bulbophyllum falcatum 'Minor', as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Bulbophyllum falcatum ‘Minor’, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Diplocaulobium abbreviatum

This Diplocaulobium abbreviatum specimen was included in the original planting of this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, back in August 2015.  During this time, the plant has increased in size somewhat, but the plant has yet to flower.

I have so often thought about moving this Diplocaulobium abbreviatum to a brighter position within this terrarium, but sadly I still have yet to do so.

Diplocaulobium abbreviatum, as pictured in the Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, on the 4th December 2016.
Diplocaulobium abbreviatum, as pictured in the Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, on the 4th December 2016.

Amesiella philippinensis

Amesiella philippinensis is one of three recent additions to this terrarium.  I do hope that this miniature orchid, and my other two new miniature orchid additions, will grow well inside this BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Amesiella philippinensis, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Amesiella philippinensis, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Mediocalcar decoratum

This Mediocalcar decoratum specimen is growing well inside this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.  I am sure that this miniature orchid would enjoy being misted every day without fail, but the plant is nonetheless growing well inside this BiOrbAir terrarium.

Mediocalcar decoratum, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Mediocalcar decoratum, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Aerangis macrocentra

Aerangis macrocentra is the second of the new additions to this terrarium.  I do hope that this miniature orchid will grow well inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Aerangis macrocentra, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Aerangis macrocentra, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Dryadella simula

This Dryadella simula specimen has surprised me with how floriferous it has been since I introduced this miniature orchid to this terrarium back in April 2016.  It’s not easy to photograph this miniature orchid’s tiny blooms, but every time I have taken a close look or made an inspection of the plant I have found at least one flower.

Dryadella simula, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Dryadella simula, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Dryadella simula pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Dryadella simula pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the tiny Dryadella simula flowers. This particular bloom is aging, and will soon fade. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the tiny Dryadella simula flowers. This particular bloom is aging, and will soon fade. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the tiny Dryadella simula flowers. This particular bloom is aging, and will soon fade. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the tiny Dryadella simula flowers. This particular bloom is aging, and will soon fade. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Angraecum equitans

Angraecum equitans is a dear little miniature orchid, this specimen was introduced to this terrarium back in August 2015.  Although this Angraecum equitans looks happy, I am still waiting for this miniature orchid to bloom.

Angraecum equitans, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Angraecum equitans, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Masdevallia rechingeriana

I am very fond of this Masdevallia rechingeriana specimen, its leaves are a beautiful green.  I think this miniature orchid has been a great addition to this terrarium, despite it not being the most floriferous of my miniature orchids, this Masdevallia rechingeriana has a beauty which I appreciate even when it’s not in flower.

Masdevallia rechingeriana, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Masdevallia rechingeriana, as pictured on the 4th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Masdevallia decumana

This Masdevallia decumana specimen has thrived since it has been grown inside this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.  I included this specimen in my original planting of this terrarium, back in August 2015.  Since then this Masdevallia decumana has fought off disease, has developed and increased in size, and has flowered prolifically.

Currently this Masdevallia decumana plant has the largest number of flower buds that I have seen it carry at any one time.

A closer look at a Masdevallia decumana leaf that has been nibbled by a snail. I have had a number of very tiny snails in both my terrariums of late. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at a Masdevallia decumana leaf that has been nibbled by a snail. I have had a number of very tiny snails in both my terrariums of late. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Masdevallia decumana, as pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. This miniature orchid has produced quite a number of flower buds, this is the largest amount of flower buds this specimen has so far produced at any one time.
Masdevallia decumana, as pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. This miniature orchid has produced quite a number of flower buds, this is the largest amount of flower buds this specimen has so far produced at any one time.
A closer look at two of the larger Masdevallia decumana buds that this specimen has produced inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
A closer look at two of the larger Masdevallia decumana buds that this specimen has produced inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
These are some of the more immature buds that this Masdevallia decumana specimen has produced. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
These are some of the more immature buds that this Masdevallia decumana specimen has produced. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
A closer look at one of the many Masdevallia decumana buds that this specimen has produced inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
A closer look at one of the many Masdevallia decumana buds that this specimen has produced inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
A closer look at two of the larger Masdevallia decumana buds that this specimen has produced inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
A closer look at two of the larger Masdevallia decumana buds that this specimen has produced inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
A closer look at two of the larger Masdevallia decumana buds that this specimen has produced inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
A closer look at two of the larger Masdevallia decumana buds that this specimen has produced inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium. Pictured on the 3rd December 2016.
This newly opened Masdevallia decumana bloom has been damaged by snails. I have found a number tiny snails inside this terrarium, but there is clearly more snails to find, and re-home outdoors. Pictured on the 7th December 2016.
This newly opened Masdevallia decumana bloom has been damaged by snails. I have found a number tiny snails inside this terrarium, but there is clearly more snails to find, and re-home outdoors. Pictured on the 7th December 2016.

Sadly there is some snail damage to two of the newly opened Masdevallia decumana blooms.  I will need to be more vigilant in my search of tiny snails within this terrarium, so that I can remove the snails and re-home them outside, to prevent further damage to my miniature orchids and their flowers.

Masdevallia decumana in bloom, pictured on the 7th December 2016. You might be able to see the damage, caused by a snail, on one of these blooms.
Masdevallia decumana in bloom, pictured on the 7th December 2016. You might be able to see the damage, caused by a snail, on one of these blooms.
Masdevallia decumana flower buds, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
Masdevallia decumana flower buds, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
Masdevallia decumana in bloom, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
Masdevallia decumana in bloom, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
A Masdevallia decumana flower bud, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
A Masdevallia decumana flower bud, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
Masdevallia decumana in bloom, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
Masdevallia decumana in bloom, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
Masdevallia decumana in bloom, pictured on the 7th December 2016.
Masdevallia decumana in bloom, pictured on the 7th December 2016.

Aerangis hyaloides

Aerangis hyaloides is the third of the recent new additions to this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.  This miniature orchid is in the early stages of producing three new flower spikes, I hope with all my heart that these three flower spikes will grow to fruition, and this Aerangis hyaloides will successfully bloom in 2017.

Aerangis hyaloides, as pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
Aerangis hyaloides, as pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at the flower spike that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at the flower spike that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at the flower spike that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at the flower spike that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 3rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at the flower spike that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 7th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at the flower spike that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 7th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.

I haven’t been able to dedicate as much time as I would have liked to this terrarium over the past few weeks.  I would have liked to have paid a closer attention to the plants in this Miniature Orchid Trial Terrarium, as I am concerned as to whether I have inadvertently introduced a number of pests to this terrarium when I included the Schoenorchis fragrans specimen which was harbouring a number of different pests.  Although I have now disposed of this infested plant, I did not do so as speedily as I should have, and it is likely that some of the pests that were residing on the infested plant made their way onto some of the other plants growing inside this terrarium.

My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.

This current arrangement of the cork and miniature orchids, that you see in the photographs above and below, inside this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium is somewhat awkward to navigate inside the terrarium.  It is especially awkward to manoeuvre inside the terrarium when I am trying to mist the plants, due to the height and width of this planting arrangement.

My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.

I am so enjoying growing these miniature orchids inside this Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.  I am looking forward to seeing more of these miniature orchids coming into bloom.

My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.
My Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 4th December 2016. Inside this terrarium, Masdevallia decumana and Dryadella simula are flowering.

23rd December 2016

Aerangis hyaloides

Aerangis hyaloides, as pictured on the 23rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the three flower spikes that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 23rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at two of the three flower spikes that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as well as a look at a new leaf which is just appearing, as pictured on the 23rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the three flower spikes that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 23rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the three flower spikes that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 23rd December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

29th December 2016

Aerangis hyaloides

Aerangis hyaloides, as pictured on the 29th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at two of the flower buds that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 29th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the three flower spikes that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 29th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.
A closer look at one of the three flower spikes that Aerangis hyaloides is producing, as pictured on the 29th December 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium.

Masdevallia decumana

Masdevallia decumana is flowering prolifically.

Masdevallia decumana, pictured in flower on the 29th December 2016.

Masdevallia rechingeriana

Masdevallia rechingeriana last flowered some months ago.  Happily I can report that this Masdevallia rechingeriana specimen is currently producing a flower bud.

This Masdevallia rechingeriana specimen is producing a flower spike. Pictured on the 29th December 2016.

Mediocalcar decoratum

Mediocalcar decoratum, pictured on the 29th December 2016.
Mediocalcar decoratum, pictured on the 29th December 2016.

Dryadella simula

Dryadella simula continues flowering.

Dryadella simula in flower on the 29th December 2016.
A closer look at the Dryadella simula flower, pictured on the 29th December 2016.

To head straight to the next part of this review and miniature orchid trial, please click here.

Other articles that may interest you……….

To read the first part of this trial – Growing Miniature Orchids in the BiOrbAir, please click here.

To see a planting list of miniature orchids that grow well inside terrariums, please click here.

If you’re looking for some special gardening gift ideas, please click here.

To see a longer planting list which includes a wide variety of terrarium plants, please click here.

To read about the features and design of the BiOrbAir terrarium, please click here.

To read about using decorative features in your terrarium, please click here.

To read about the Queen of Orchids and its flowering at Kew in 2015, please click here.

To read about the Writhlington Orchid Project, please click here.

To read about the RHS London Orchid Show 2015, please click here.

To read about growing indoor mushrooms and other edible winter crops indoors, please click here.

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