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Old 01-04-2020, 08:57 AM
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Hi everyone!

I just joined the forum after lurking for quite some time.

I purchased a Bulbophyllum Elizabeth Ann Buckleberry x Carunculatum about a year ago. The plant appears to be doing well, and has put out five new pseudobulbs since I acquired it, for a total of 13 currently.

As you can see from the picture attached, I grow it in a wide plastic container, with bark at the bottom and moss at the top. The roots seem to be well attached to the medium.

I grow it indoors, under moderate LED lights. Humidity ranges between 50% and 70%, and daytime temperatures average 17-18C in winter and 20-22C in summer, with a 3-4C degrees' drop at night.

Given the size of the orchid, I would expect it to be able to bloom at this stage, but unfortunately I have had no such luck so far. Do you have any thoughts on what I might do differently in order to get blooms?

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More light maybe? My Elizabeth Ann and my carunculatum both grow up high by my Cattleyas. The Elizabeth Ann just bloomed and my carunculatum put out four spike (I rotted all four spikes on that one but at least I know I got something right, lol)
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Greetings. I hang mine in a semi-shaded South window and keep it moist. It's in one of those plastic slatted baskets in moss and needs repotting but me thinks I can only drop it into a larger pot as is as growths are all over the place. I agree with SaraJean-more light along with warmth and water. Do you fertilize?
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