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This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis lowii(var. parishii) within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is a relatively new acquisition for me. Have had it for a month under ...
This is a relatively new acquisition for me. Have had it for a month under flourescents, with good ventilation, and good humidity, and regular misting regimen.
Ofcourse it is, its a *MINI*
Did you mount it yourself?
It looks like it is doing very well. Bravo!
No I did not mount it myself, im not that skilled .
I have one of these as well. It has to be my favorite phal species (the flowers look like hummingbirds to me).
Mine is potted in a 2" pot with spag and seems to be happy. However, it does lose every leaf in the winter no matter how moist I keep it. Come March new leaves sprout.
I've had it two years with no blooms in sight, but I think mine might be slightly smaller than yours. How long is your biggest leaf?
I hope mine doesn't drop its leaves as I am keeping it in a humid environment (my vivarium).
I think I'll try keeping it in a small terrarium over the winter and see if that helps. Thanks for the great idea!