Hello, I've acquired an Anguloa virginalis and am researching how to grow it. Cool-cold, no dry rest, in nature a terrestrial - all good. But! lol - Here is what AOS says about the genus: "Almost direct sun in summer and as much sun as you can give it in winter, remembering that they need cooler temperatures." Here's what the Baker culture sheet says about virginalis, specifically: "LIGHT: 1500-2500 fc. Light should be somewhat filtered or diffused, and plants should not be exposed to direct midday sun. Strong air movement should be provided at all times." 1500-2500 fc is a big range. Thoughts?