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This is a discussion on Phal Question within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; Nah, no phals are puny!! My point was have your phals been shocked by large ...
Nah, no phals are puny!! My point was have your phals been shocked by large growing condition differences: shipped from FL to Washington? Moved from high humidity or light to low? Just saying that environmental changes for any orchids require an adaptation period. If your plants look healthy with firm leaves and good roots, then they probably are healthy. Give them time to adjust to any changes. some of my 'chids have pouted for a year before acclimating to my growing conditions. Note: as a rule of thumb, darker leaves usually mean more light would be good. Good luck and get some more orchids!
Tami! I love your attitude. You give me hope.