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Trias Nasuta

This is a discussion on Trias Nasuta within the Orchid Ailments / The Compost Pile forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; I got this baby from an orchid show and I can't tell if it is ...

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    I got this baby from an orchid show and I can't tell if it is going to make it. It lost 2 leaves after I brought it home, but the biggest one looks good, and now I see 3 more just starting to come out. Two are yellowing, but I don't know if it is from overwatering or under. I am also not sure if low lighting has more to do with it. . . Anyone with experience here?
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    Trias is usually not an orchid choice for complete beginners. Did you get at least basic care information with it?

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    It would help if you provided pictures so we can see what you are talking about! I would also agree with Kirk on the care!

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    Sorry, I'm new. Still trying to figure out how to post pictures!

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    It was inexpensive, and the seller told me it was easy to care for. No matter the intention of the seller, I want to give this plant a good home. All she said was low light, and a good mist every morning. . . Not that descriptive.

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