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Old 12-31-2019, 08:44 AM
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LIGHT: 2500-3500 fc. Light should be somewhat filtered or diffused, and plants should not be exposed to direct midday sun. Strong air movement should be provided at all times. Growers report that bright light brings out the best foliage and floral color.
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LIGHT: 2500-3500 fc. Light should be somewhat filtered or diffused, and plants should not be exposed to direct midday sun. Strong air movement should be provided at all times. Growers report that bright light brings out the best foliage and floral color.
Yes, that's what I read initially. I'm going to move it to a vase, and wedge it between the Catts. Although, I love the mottled foliage color as is, and all the pictures I've seen look the same shade as mine. Thank you for the suggestions, I'll report back.
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I've successfully bloomed mine three times since I got it about three years ago. I grow it in the greenhouse now, but the first time I bloomed it I had it directly under a 4X 60watt equivalent 5000K daylight LED fixture. By directly, I mean it was ~4'' under the nearest bulb. Biggest probably I had with it was bud blast even though it was in an indoor greenhouse.

This year it's bloomed twice - I grew it outside all summer long in light shade (no direct sun). It seems very happy with that arrangement.
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Thanks Becky. I'll post a pic when I move it.
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