I had posted this issue in the beginners discussion, and then thought maybe it should be here as well. I have an Onciduim that was given to me having already bloomed, so I really am not sure what it is. Not sure how much history is revelant here, but anyway, it looks good, nice & green, and I recently repotted it in S/H, using Ray's methods and meduims. It's in a clear glass vase I drilled holes into (I did this all my orchids and they are all going crazy!!) and I can see the beginnings of bright green roots happening thru the glass. The only problem is that the tall and otherwise heathly leaves seem to be curling into them selves
. Actually it's only one, but I tend to run for the cliff.
It isn't curling down ward, but more like a fruit roll up standing on it's end. (Can't think of any other way to describe it, and I don't have a camera to post a pic) It's on a heat mat with the others, getting the same light, humidity, and since it went into the S/H I've noticed this. I am hoping it's just an adjustment period. Any ideas?