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Old 02-03-2018, 09:45 AM
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And you have a new growth there. Perhaps it will bloom. I also have this one and it does grow like a weed as Dollythehun says. Mine how ever doesn't look as good as her's because it was not getting watered enough in Oct so my leaves are a bit limp. My bad.
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Idk, Shannon, mine us pretty bleached and now getting purple splotches. I moved it a little lower on the lights. But this us a good one to start with and whetted my taste for more!
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I think you should aim for purple splotches with this one. It is Cattleya / Laelia pumila x Cattleya walkeriana. L. pumila is a low-light species, and C. walkeriana a very high-light species. In many ways the plant looks more like a walkeriana. The bleaching might have been from transitioning to high light too quickly.
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I think you should aim for purple splotches with this one. It is Cattleya / Laelia pumila x Cattleya walkeriana. L. pumila is a low-light species, and C. walkeriana a very high-light species. In many ways the plant looks more like a walkeriana. The bleaching might have been from transitioning to high light too quickly.
I'm sure your right. I do have a tendency to sun burn allot of my orchids. Oh well, they are just going to have to live with me
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