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Old 12-08-2010, 12:03 PM
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what a great thread! this should be a sticky!
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Masdevallia wendlandiana - beautiful epiphytic mini - definitely warm grower
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Old 12-27-2012, 10:06 PM
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Hi Gin - Bill
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Does anyone know of any Sarcochilius varieties that thrive in this type of environment? I'm in Australia so might actually be able to get hold of these!
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Sarcs are related to Vandas.

You guys should have several vendors that carry these in Australia.

Sarcochilus are natives of Australia.
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Here are links to a dealer from Colombia. They have the Temps listed next to the plants.

http://www.orquivalle.com/catalogo%5CPleurothallids.pdf

and Lepanthes

http://www.orquivalle.com/catalogo%5CLepanthes.pdf
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Pleurothallis tikalensis, a charming, wonderful orchid with a nice flower display on the leaf with a great color combination... you will love it!

Regards from Yucatan.

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Pleurothallis tikalensis, a charming, wonderful orchid with a nice flower display on the leaf with a great color combination... you will love it!

Regards from Yucatan.

Mario

Here a link...

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Masdavellias are mostly cool growing but M. strobelii can tolerate higher temperatures. Many beautiful hybrids exist, the best being combinations of this species and M. concina. M. margarite x M. angel tang has survived the worst of high temperatures, no moisture and hard water but still rewarded me with pretty sulfur yellow flowers when I began to treat it better. A pleurothalid which is also hard to kill is P. grobeli. I've had one for 15 years and it is a true miniature. P. tribuliodes is another species tolerant of high temperatures. Draculas might seem especially fragile, but D. vampira is actually one of the more tolerant types although it certainly can't take the abuse a P. grobeli could. Although the species listed can tolerate hard water, with pleurothalids their best performance comes with even moisture and low mineral water.
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Hi everyone,

Masd. Glandulosa is also an intermediate to warm (and pleasantly sciented) species.


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D. soennemarkii has proven very heat tolerant for me, growing outside over a pretty typical mid Atlantic summer. Typical daytime temps in the mid to upper 80s with a few stretches of 90F + temps, maxing out near 100F on occasion. Fortunately (for plants anyway) these hot stretches are usually accompanied by humidity in the 90% range. Night time drops average about 20F. In the pic, the large leaves were existing when the plant went out in May. Almost all of the smaller leaves towards the front are new growth since then:
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