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Old 10-14-2018, 03:58 PM
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Mauritius has high humidity, balmy air flow and warmth....you may put your orchids outdoors in the shady part and it will survive even without watering because you have constant rainfall and morning dew….the last picture is a Cymbidium as Ray guessed and its better to be outdoors than indoors. The Phalaenopsis can be indoors so you may enjoy its blooms. I admire your diligence in moving your plants, it can be quite tedious after a while unless you are manic obsessive about stuff....
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I agree with Ray. The one with long leaves looks like a Cymbidium to me. Many Cymbidiums will not bloom unless late summer nights are very cool, probably cooler than on Mauritius.
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Hello Bud

thanks for your suggestion. very helpful

One more thing if you can please advise me. the Cymbidium is basically outdoor. well, should it be like phals, that is, outdoor but not direct sunlight?
Can i keep it in my balcony which shaded?
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Cymbidium can take a pretty bright light, just not excessive heat. From the color of the leaves, it looks like it could stand more light. I have no idea of the light in your area. Here in Kansas mine get full sun except for the hottest part of the day. Leaves should be a light green.
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