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V. ceurula

This is a discussion on V. ceurula within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I'm feeling blue (cuz I don't have it)...

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    I'm feeling blue (cuz I don't have it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahyeah View Post
    Thanks all, I think they are kinna kool too. Miki, I give them lots of light as much as they can take 4-5K foot candles copious amounts of water and fert, I have them on a mist system that hits them a few times a day for a few seconds. This is to say, it works for me, my greenhouse has low humidity so they dry out if I don’t watch them.
    Hi yeahyeah,
    Thanks for your reply.
    Just one more question, what is your day/ night time tempature?
    My day and night temperature difference is around 6-7 C (13F), with the night temperature at around 15-16C (60F).
    I am growing only blue cold tolerant vandas in vases, I think I may have a spike!
    Vanda coerulea is on my wishlist!
    Thanks again!
    Miki

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    Miki, my temps. are as follows; summer days 30 C, evenings 15 C, difference of 15 C, winter day 23 C, evenings 15 C difference of about 7-8 C. some of my species Vandas bloom throughout the year, hope this helps... your temps. seem fine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahyeah View Post
    Miki, my temps. are as follows; summer days 30 C, evenings 15 C, difference of 15 C, winter day 23 C, evenings 15 C difference of about 7-8 C. some of my species Vandas bloom throughout the year, hope this helps... your temps. seem fine!

    Thank you for your reply, and for confirming the temps.

    I hope to have some good news to share with everyone soon! I believe I have a bud on my vanda blue magic!

    Cheers,
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