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Dendrochilum glumceum culture

This is a discussion on Dendrochilum glumceum culture within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Originally Posted by Ron-NY I assume it has already bloomed this spring. Contacted person who ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    I assume it has already bloomed this spring.
    Contacted person who had it. She said for some reason it has not bloomed this spring....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    Dendrochilums like very bright light and intermediate to warm temps, no temps below 60. They prefer to dry slightly between waterings. During the spring and summer months the plants can be kept moist, and during the fall and winter they should be allowed to dry between waterings.
    Thanks Ron!
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    Hi Katherine,
    i grow a couple of those in Vanda light conditions, in baskets (better) or mounted, with a mix of pebbles, tree fern, coco chips. Mine like heavy watering twice a day, but i grow them outdoors and it gets really hot for many months. They do like lots of air circulation though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    Hi Katherine,
    i grow a couple of those in Vanda light conditions, in baskets (better) or mounted, with a mix of pebbles, tree fern, coco chips. Mine like heavy watering twice a day, but i grow them outdoors and it gets really hot for many months. They do like lots of air circulation though.
    It is in a pot now. I am misting it at least once a day, and have taken to running a fan most of the day and i have it in the row closest to the window.....So we shall see.

    The grower has a greenhouse and it did not bloom for her, she know not why. Is it too late for it to bloom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katherine View Post
    It is in a pot now. I am misting it at least once a day, and have taken to running a fan most of the day and i have it in the row closest to the window.....So we shall see.

    The grower has a greenhouse and it did not bloom for her, she know not why. Is it too late for it to bloom?
    Hi Katherine,
    It's probably too late to get it to bloom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    Hi Katherine,
    It's probably too late to get it to bloom.
    Well, next year then! Thanks Ron.

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    Congratulations Katherine...... good luck hope he will like your new atmosphere.

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    It blooms from partially developed new growths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    It blooms from partially developed new growths.
    It has a few small bulbs with leaves and 1 leaf without a bulb...

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