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new arrival Den. kingianum

This is a discussion on new arrival Den. kingianum within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; oops, then mine is in a pot too big for it, I didnt not have ...

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    oops, then mine is in a pot too big for it, I didnt not have a small sturdy enough pot so he went in one a size up. Also it has no fragrance, which I thought it should do. I wonder if I should repot him again or leave him be.

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    I have had my kingianum for two years now - tons of new growth, but no buds. I think I was over watering it. Now, I don't water it as much and am hopeful....

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    I hope yours flowers for you Doreen, I am unsure if this one likes a winter rest or not I will have to do some looking.

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    kingianum culture is bright, with a fall cool down followed by a dry rest.
    Dr Wilford Neptune says no high nitrogen fertilizer or you get keikis instead of flowers. I leave mine outdoors until the first fall frost

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    Thank you Ron, maybe when it warms up a little mine can go outside for the summer and in late fall I just have to watch the water as it has a habit of raining a lot here ! I am guessing the ones i put outside will need treating for critters periodically as they are more likely to be exposed to them.

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