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Eulophia spectabile

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    Hi Zain

    thank you so much for taking the pictures for me.

    Now I´m going to pot my Eulophia and hope it growths and flowering soon


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    Hello Zain, you might be able to tell me something about the potting mix you use for Eulophias species.
    I will be very grateful, because I just started this species
    The cold tolerances, I would like to know if you know it
    Thanks in advance
    Niek from the Netherlands

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    i bought 2 "tubers" of this last fall. i kept it inside over winter, in a mix of potting bark and potting soil (i read somewhere it would be good) i have watered it a little over winter, and have moved it outside this spring, and watering more.......... but one bulb died, the other isn't doing anything???????? the tubers came with a little bit of dried looking roots, were green (the one still is) and i have no idea what to do to get it to grow.......... it's warmer now, it's getting watered once a week........ oy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldpixel View Post
    Hello Zain, you might be able to tell me something about the potting mix you use for Eulophias species.
    I will be very grateful, because I just started this species
    The cold tolerances, I would like to know if you know it
    Thanks in advance
    Niek from the Netherlands
    Hi Niek first of all congrats actually this terrestrial orchids is very beautiful I really admired it.Since this plant is native to my country so you can choose few technique to grow them.
    1. At the bottom use pebbles than followed by coconut chips you can put the pseudobulb above the coconut chips and cover with soil.
    2.Mixture of pebbles and soil.
    3.Soil that capable to retain some moisture with organic materials.
    All the above technique basically work well for my terrestrial orchids like some Phaius,Calanthe, wish this will give you some idea, good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldpixel View Post
    Hello Zain, you might be able to tell me something about the potting mix you use for Eulophias species.
    I will be very grateful, because I just started this species
    The cold tolerances, I would like to know if you know it
    Thanks in advance
    Niek from the Netherlands
    Hi Niek first of all congrats actually this terrestrial orchids is very beautiful I really admired it.Since this plant is native to my country so you can choose few technique to grow them.
    1. At the bottom use pebbles than followed by coconut chips you can put the pseudobulb above the coconut chips and cover with soil.
    2.Mixture of pebbles and soil.
    3.Soil that capable to retain some moisture with organic materials.
    All the above technique basically work well for my terrestrial orchids like some Phaius,Calanthe, wish this will give you some idea, good luck.

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