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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Jessetukkers, Oct 28, 2013.
Another fine species. Thanks. Is it blooming now or was this from earlier?
it bloomed 1 week ago
in the moment i got in spike; napoensis, frymerei and connata, all for the 2nd or 3trd time this year
They have to be very happy with you, can you write bit more about conditions you keep them in?
I look at everything plant induvidual, in what stadium is it,when i see (root) grow i put the plant on a plate filled whith fertilised water, the fertilizer i use, is " rain mix" from akerne orchids belgium. When the new growth has grown to a mature leaf and bulb, mostly in fall, i keep them much dryer, but not too dry, as much That's the bulbs not shrink. When you keep them dryer, sink the temperature to 14c not warmer, try on sunny fall/winterdays to keep on 14c, also you heave to keep the air moving whith ventilators. Important is when growths are seen, soaking wet!!!