My Aerangis luteoalba var. rhodosticta plant’s flowers have got a light coating of algae. This plant is growing inside my Tall Orchidarium, which needs emptying and cleaning. Emptying this Orchidarium is a mammoth job – I need two or three clear consecutive days to accomplish it successfully. Frustratingly, I can only dream of having so much available time at the moment.

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