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rhynchostylis gigantea

This is a discussion on rhynchostylis gigantea within the Flasking Equipment & Technique forums, part of the Orchid Propagation category; Your seedlings look very nice. I have a large rhyncho I am hoping to bloom ...

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    Your seedlings look very nice. I have a large rhyncho I am hoping to bloom soon. I am told they can be temperamental so I bought a large plant. The grower told me that he could have 2 plants hanging together in the same growing conditions and 1 plant would do greater and the other sulk. The trick seems to be keep the roots watered liked a vanda but don't let the media get too wet or they rot.

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    You'll have to update us on their growth with some pictures from time to time. I'm really curious to see how they grow.

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    Good luck with them. Growing orchids from flasklings IS a lesson in patience, as I've been learning with my little ones!
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    Connie:
    That would be a GREAT idea. You could also include some primary hybrids or other encyclias to make an "Encyclia tree". Go ahead!
    Jose

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