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Vanda lamellata, Philippine species

This is a discussion on Vanda lamellata, Philippine species within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by zainal abidin You will get again one day dont worry just a ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    You will get again one day dont worry just a matter of time so sorry to hear that Angel.
    Thanks, Zain. Oh well, even if I don't find another one, I will content myself looking at YOUR photos.

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    Hello , The local man, nice guy, at the Orchid Farm around the corner when asked "when do these guys bloom would reply that his orchids would bloom in July , August and September and then maybe bloom again in December. I"m struggling to understand if all things being equal , with a year within the range of normal if the flowers listen to water or temperature or light shift . I've been here in the Philippines a long time and still struggle to understand the seasons at this latitude . The reason I care is if in case I want to create an environment indoors in my house in the city that has no windows in addition to the place here with outdoors . On one hand i got a feeling that a flower blooms when its body is ready to and on the other hand ai got a feeling that it responds to a trigger . It is also important because as I read the educational material of the American Orchid Society as well as other , they seem to be able to divide the year into months with what to do and what to expect . Is Autumn in the tropics the resting season , the time after the rain. When does the growth season begin? When the rain begins or in the Autumn if their is rain , is the December bloom triggered by temperature These are questions i was attempting to define in hopes of understanding the answers , no response requested and just wanted a place to write my thoughts

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