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Experience with Oeceoclades calcarata, Eulophias in South Florida or similar zone?

This is a discussion on Experience with Oeceoclades calcarata, Eulophias in South Florida or similar zone? within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; I am interested in expanding my collection by adding a few more African orchids. Does ...

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    Default Experience with Oeceoclades calcarata, Eulophias in South Florida or similar zone?

    I am interested in expanding my collection by adding a few more African orchids. Does anyone have experience growing the following species?

    Oeceoclades calcarata
    Eulophia petersii
    Eulophia speciosa
    Eulophia taitensus

    JC in Miami

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    Maybe Geoff (Dorsetman) could help you.

    cheers,
    BD

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