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Dendrobium uniflorum

Discussion in 'Orchid Culture' started by Jon, Feb 23, 2009.

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  1. Jon

    Jon Mmmm... bulbophyllum...

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    Ok... how do I get this plant to bloom? The canes are ~12" long and plump; it's growing well. I'm giving it good airflow, 60-85 temps, daily water (it's on tree fern, so it dries out), bright shade...
     
  2. Neyra

    Neyra Just Plain Different

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    Did you Google it?? Just kidding.

    Have you tried growing it warmer. This species does really well here (PR). Also it has a wide temp range and as you know some plants will flower only in their native temp range and maybe yours in from low elevations. Also check on the light from the info I was able to gather this species grows in full sun in certain places.
     
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    LynneTyson New Member

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    I grow mine in light shade in June, July and August the rest of the year I grow it in full sun.
     
  4. Dale

    Dale New Member

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    I grow mine with my cattleyas.