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Bulbophyllum fascinator

Discussion in 'Culture sheets' started by Chris, Sep 11, 2009.

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    Bulbophyllum fascinator
    Authored by: Chris​

    Description: Described by Rolfe, R.A. in 1908, found from Northeast India to Thailand.


    - Summer: 68 - 88 F
    - Winter: 60 - 80 F

    Light: Medium light

    Humidity: at least 80%

    Air circulation: Breeze

    Growing location: Orchidarium

    Growing medium: Mount - Cork

    Growing medium notes: Plant is mounted on cork, roots covered by live moss.

    - Frequency: Daily or more
    - Fertilizer & frequency: Daily MSU, 1/4 strength or less
    - Dry rest: No.

    Blooming season: No defined blooming season

    Flower size: Very large, > 20 cm, weak shellfish-like fragrance.

    Plant size: sympodial, ~15 cm growths

    Other firsthand observations: Very easy grower, needs a good amount of light to bloom.

    Other plants growing well nearby:

    Kew RBG, http://apps.kew.org/wcsp/advsearch....&species=fascinator&infraEpithet=&author=Rol*

    The information contained in this sheet is for personal use only. It is copyrighted by both the author and Orchids Interactive. It cannot be reproduced or distributed without the consent of both the author and Orchids Interactive.
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