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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Marni, Apr 23, 2009.
1/2" flowers with a light sweet fragrance.
Very cool! Species phals are my newest love.
I forgot to mention that it is growing intermediate to cool-intermediate and gets a winter rest.
How much of a winter rest?
Starting in November-December I give it an occasional misting. In February that starts getting increased to misting every couple of days and then in March I start watering occasionally which is gradually increased to daily watering in mid April. It may be that year round watering would work for me if I grew in warmer temperatures but I had killed several over the years before I started drying them off.
Figured "cool" was going to show up somewhere for this beauty. Thanks for the great pics!
I don't grow mine cool at all and it's blooming extremely well and for over a month.
I grow mine warm/interm., water all year and no fertilizer until late March-early April.
Minimum low temps. 60F-65F and lots of air movement. All my Phals. are mounted on
cork on a hanging rack. Seems to be a very tolerant species to me.