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Old 06-03-2019, 01:35 PM
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Greetings everyone! How are you? I have been cultivating orchids since 2015, and love them, of all kinds! It's thrilling to try to grow them, to know about their needs, and finally see them bloom in full health! I have no favorite genus, though some orchids with peculiar characteristics - for instance leafless (I have a Dendrophylax funalis) - calls my attention.

I hope to learn more about orchid on this forum, and help you with what I can too.

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I have a three Hoffmannseggella and a Laelia flava, but they haven't bloom yet... Do you have some?
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Which ones do you have?
I have a milleri and a vasconcelosiana.
I've been trying to collect information about the vasconcelosiana care, especially light intensity and minimum temperature. Both haven't bloomed yet under my care.
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Welcome! Where in Brazil are you from? I love Brazil. My best friend is from Belo Horizonte, and I go every summer to visit him. I'm leaving this month on the 27th to go there, and I'm so excited My friend grows some very nice orchids, and I think it is somewhat easier for him than it is for me in Texas haha
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Which ones do you have?
I have a milleri and a vasconcelosiana.
I've been trying to collect information about the vasconcelosiana care, especially light intensity and minimum temperature. Both haven't bloomed yet under my care.
I have a Laelia crispata flava (though it seems it has been moved to Hofffmannseggella crispata, not too sure about the genus now, and this one is recovering fine from a recent snail infestation), and three Hoffmannseggella: alvarenguensis, macrobulbosa and rupestris, recently bought (about three weeks). Im growing them in the same conditions as a C. walkeriana and theyre doing fine though I saw at orchidspecies that macrobulbosa need more luminosity, so Ill move it later.
How do you grow yours? I saw that milleri needs more luminosity, and vasconceliana demands more shade... About the temperature, my guess is that it shouldn't be too much under 12C... I hope I could be of any help...

Found some info of it as Cattleya vasconcelosiana, though it seems I can't put links here yet... So, for the milleri, take a look at the cncflora and for the vasconcelosiana, look for the floresbella post and the orquideasfloresperfeitas one.

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