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This is a discussion on bulbo question... within the General Orchid Culture forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Tik, what bulbo have you got? Not that I can help you....

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    Tik, what bulbo have you got? Not that I can help you.

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    lobbii Tindo, want it?

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    Oh Tik, I don't room for wayward 'chids anymore. My collection is small, but so is my growing space. Thanks for the offer.

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    Tikva, I have a bulbo lobii that pretty much sits around these days... however, that is a vast improvement from when it was constantly losing leaves...

    I found that this particular species loves the heat!!! Anything less than 18celsius (get McJulie to do the conversion... it's too early here and I'm too lazy :P ) and you start losing leaves... so keep it warm and lots of humidity couple with air movement.

    good luck with it... it really is a beautiful plant with a very striking 'scent'

    cheers
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    65 F. But that's easy to maintain here in the summer. If she's having trouble now, it's probably the humidity.

    McCalculator

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