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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Marni, Dec 11, 2008.
Ecuadorian species, 30 points.
Very nice! Is it fragrant? I/C grower? Tolerant of abuse? TIA!
Now you are getting into questions that involve my memory, always a bit shaky. I think it is fragrant, but I wouldn't bet money on it. I know I've grown it at 50 minimum. I think I've also grown it cold, but I have to look and see if I left it in the cold house for the winter last year. Maybe it's age, maybe it's too many plants, but sometimes I lose track. It doesn't seem to be particularly difficult. The flower spike is upright and then curves at the top so the flower is upside down, but I don't think it is actually non-resupinate.
A very pretty Maxi.
You really want Karen to win that $100, don't you?
that is very nice Marni
I am enjoying the OI and Karen was good enough to invite me. So why not throw some points her way? I've only got a couple more.
Karen, I checked in the cold house this morning and I am growing it out there. Theoretical minimum night of 42. When I checked the min-max thermometer this morning it read 37. Clearly theory and reality have a little gap here. I haven't checked it for a week or so, so I don't know if that was last night. But the plant looks great and I'll be working on maintaining 42.
Marni it is stunning! Dale posted his not too long ago. Do you have a division list for that one? I would love to get on it. The fucata I got from you is doing well and bloomed for me.
that is really nice
Ron, I'll start a list just for you. This morning I divided a plant of it since it had been in chunk coconut for 2 years. The larger maxillarias seem to do well it it, but I don't trust it. By the time the snow melts, it should be established.
thank you! It will make a great birthday present to myself
That is stunning!