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Old 11-21-2015, 05:52 PM
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Silken, What is your culture? I got 1 2 years ago from Santa Barbara O.S. and can't get it to bloom. They told me to mount it. Seems happy & growing, just no blossoms. Yours is beautiful.
Thanks. I grow it in a net pot with Leica on the bottom. Pot is lined with nylon mesh like from an onion or and orange sack. Keeps the leca from falling out. Then it is planted in sphagnum moss. I don't let it dry out although close sometimes if I forget to check it. It gets warm temps in summer and medium light. It is fairly cool in winter because my greenhouse is kept at 65F in the day and 60F at night. Good moving air and under a T5 light. I usually use a balanced fertilizer and feed weakly, weekly. Hope that helps.
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Really cool one. Love it.
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I had a lobbii and killed It and would love another shot at it.
I have a blumei, and a chiropetalum Lepidum, also a tiny one I can't remember right now.
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Gorgeous display and gorgeous closeup! I love it. Thank you!

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Can't wait for mine to flower now!

Did you use a black velvet background for this? Awesome tog skills
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Very nice Elizabeth Ann!! Your potting & conditions sound similar to mine & my roth Red Chimney is pushing out some new spikes now. Tis the season!
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Can't wait for mine to flower now!

Did you use a black velvet background for this? Awesome tog skills
Thanks. Yes, I like black velvet for photographing orchids. I find it absorbs light really well, so gives a good true black background. Place the plant at least 2 ft away when possible. For this I had to set the plant on it so that the spikes and plant all had black background. But I usually try and get some distance between background and plant which helps to keep it dark black.
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Those sheets really make the blooms pop!
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Way to grow Silken . Now please have a word with mine. Sad, pitiful and not a bloom in sight
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