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Old 09-20-2021, 08:56 AM
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Acquired at the local Calcasieu Orchid Society meeting yesterday. When asking the group what conditions this variety required, (he was seeing who was listening) I answered "Heat." He said, "Correct! Here. This is yours."
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Old 09-20-2021, 09:57 AM
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i am a big fan of this plant

i have always thought it it was just papilonanthe 'Miss Joaquim

is this a different hybrid?
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Miss Joachim is this hybrid.
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i am a big fan of this plant

i have always thought it it was just papilonanthe 'Miss Joaquim

is this a different hybrid?
I received this from a grower who brought this plant back with him when he returned from Asia. (He said, but I don't remember where.)
He told me this is the hybrid. Seems to be a primary. That's all I know so far.

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Genus is definitely Papilionanthe (used to be "terete Vanda but now its own genus). Yes, Papilionanthe Miss Joaquim is a very vigorous hybrid. Needs warmth and lots of light though it will forgive a bit of chill. (One of its parents, Papilionanthe teres, is growing decently for me outside, even bloomed. But it would grow much better at DC's house)
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i am always welcoming all comers from your yard Miss Roberta!

i love this plant and i have several divisions and they want all the sun and heat they can get. I just got 5 neat hybrids of it from Motes.

i have not had flowers yet but they are exploding



DUSTY- i like the fern clump but you would be wise to just lash it to a tall palm tree or something with not too much canopy and let it go wild!!!!
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i am always welcoming all comers from your yard Miss Roberta!
So far, it is growing for me though not as vigorously as it would in south Florida... Actually very pretty! And amazingly cold-tolerant. (It has been through a winter, and still bloomed. 2 spikes) Yay! I suspect that it resents relatively low humidity more than cold. I have moved it to where it gets more frequent water, though there's a bit less light there, will see how it does. Growing roots like craxy though.
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DUSTY- i like the fern clump but you would be wise to just lash it to a tall palm tree or something with not too much canopy and let it go wild!!!!
That was the way it came to me. The fern is a bit brittle. I've given it along soak two days in a row and now drench it with a spray bottle with a good dose of fertilizer. Unfortunately, we have no trees in our backyard. This is hanging on the south side of the gazebo and receives full sun from mid morning till sunset. I'm sure it is happy today, with temps around 90 and not a cloud in sight. I just want to keep it happy. I may be contacting you to pick your brain on a mount. One of your techniques intrigues me.

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Genus is definitely Papilionanthe (used to be "terete Vanda but now its own genus). Yes, Papilionanthe Miss Joaquim is a very vigorous hybrid. Needs warmth and lots of light though it will forgive a bit of chill. (One of its parents, Papilionanthe teres, is growing decently for me outside, even bloomed. But it would grow much better at DC's house)
Thanks for that info. I wonder how it will do indoors over the winter? It will be hanging on the grow light at the top of the tent.
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The main issue with indoors is keeping it wet enough. Light won't be as much as it really wants, but will be enough to keep it going - put it back outside as soon as night temps are reliably above 50 deg F or so. It can certainly tolerate lower temps, I know people in my area that grow this hybrid and it does fine down close to freezing but days usually above 60 deg F or more. But if you're keeping in for the coldest months (it definitely doesn't like frost) it won't be acclimated to cold so you should err on the cautious side, I think.

Oh if you don't mind, I'd like to change the thread title to reflect the actual genus, so that it will be easier to find in a search.
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The main issue with indoors is keeping it wet enough. Light won't be as much as it really wants, but will be enough to keep it going - put it back outside as soon as night temps are reliably above 50 deg F or so. It can certainly tolerate lower temps, I know people in my area that grow this hybrid and it does fine down close to freezing but days usually above 60 deg F or more. But if you're keeping in for the coldest months (it definitely doesn't like frost) it won't be acclimated to cold so you should err on the cautious side, I think.

Oh if you don't mind, I'd like to change the thread title to reflect the actual genus, so that it will be easier to find in a search.
Change away. I don't mind. You are more expert In these things than I.
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