07-18-2012, 11:41 PM
It may be too late, idk.
Oberonia don't have large visible pseudobulbs, btw. They are fan-like growths. If they do have pseudobulbs, (which I doubt), they are obscured by the arrangement of the leaves. Once it rots, it rots. See if the central portion of the plant is still intact or not. The central portion of the plant is where the meristem is. If the meristem is rotten, that's all she wrote, you'll have to buy another one.
How are you growing this plant?
They don't like to be potted. They do better mounted.
They're intermediate - warm growing. (55 F - 90 F)
They grow in bright shade.
Moderate to high humidity is adequate. (60% - 80%) They are not that picky about humidity.
They don't need to be grown sopping wet. Water 3 - 4 times a week is fine.
These plants are usually moderate to fast growing.
Oberonia are not too difficult to grow, but they can be a tiny bit demanding sometimes. If you know where the seller sets up shop, just order through them without having to wait 2 yrs.
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