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Ceologyne stricta

This is a discussion on Ceologyne stricta within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Well you must look for that bug that might be eating the petals. Have you ...

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    ManilaByNight is offline Senior Member
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    Well you must look for that bug that might be eating the petals. Have you found where it is hiding? It might eat your other plants.

    I can see a lot of your plants are those that love the cool weather. Coelogyne and your earlier robiquieta as mentioned by Decoy are plants found in the cool, misty mountains of Luzon ergo they are also often referred to as "cloud plants".

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    Jojo. by coincident I can managed in m greenhouse such growing condition. In the wintertime I can't heat my greenhouse up to 25°C, it's to costly, also in overage I have just temperature around 15°C. To less for Phalaenopsis but good for many anothers plants, e.g. Robiquetia or Coelogyne. I can grow plants which will not do well in Manila.

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