How to successfully grow your cymbidium, dendrobium, encyclia, odontoglossum, masdevallia, miltoniopsis, miltonia, zygopetalum, cattleya, epidendrum, laelia, oncidium, paphiopedilum, vanda, rhynchostylis, vascostylis, phalaenopsis, brassavola, and more!
beautiful...especially the red ones
My, you've been busy since I last checked in! Beautiful blooms.
Thanks...I took those pics with my new camera.
Oncidium Cheirophorum , the yellow one so cute & beautiful...i have a new orchid bloom but i don't know the spesies & name..http://orchids-info.blogspot.com/2006/11/latest-orchid.html
Thanks for the comment. I really like that one too, it's extremely small, the flowers are actually tiny.
First of all, remember to change the bulbs about once a year, which is about 70% of the life of the bulbs. The light is most intense towards the center of a fluorescent bulb. Place your orchids as close as you can to the bulbs without touching the bulb. Follow the natural seasons. As I said above, in winter orchids need about 12 - 14 hours of light and in summer 16 hours is better. Don't just leave the lights on 24 hours a day thinking "the more the better."Lighting Devices
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