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Aerides lawrenciae

This is a discussion on Aerides lawrenciae within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Randy, is your plant from Seedling Center?...

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    Randy, is your plant from Seedling Center?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManilaByNight View Post
    Oh these lawrencea are very tolerant plants. They can be mounted in an open basket or to wooden branches - just make sure it is hardwood and not from trees whose trunks tend to be very smooth and/or acidic (like guava, mango, tamarind, etc.). They like plenty of bright light but no direct noontime sunlight. Plenty of watering but make sure that the drainage is excellent that is why I suggested open basket or tree limbs where it can attach itself. Also they like to be hung high so that they can grow well and their roots can grow and flower well. Maybe at least 6 feet high?
    thanks jojo

    when you say plenty of water does this mean everyday watering with no rest period? mine has a spike already

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    Quote Originally Posted by lanhua View Post
    Randy, is your plant from Seedling Center?
    Mietek, I got this from an orchid farm here in Pampanga that specializes in
    Vanda cut flowers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyong View Post
    hi guys

    i was able to acquire Aer. Lawrenciae from a local vendor, maybe same with the vendor of jojo

    just wanted to know the water and feeding culture of this specie? mine has a spike already, just wanted to make sure that proper care be given
    Boy, Jojo alreqady gave you a good tip on how to grow this.... just treat it as
    a strap vanda... lots of light (short of burning its leaves, direct morning sun is
    good), lots of water and high humidity, if you decide to pot, use a very open
    mix... large charcoal or gravel works really well. And theres no rest period for
    this.... so you can water everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphiguy View Post
    Boy, Jojo alreqady gave you a good tip on how to grow this.... just treat it as
    a strap vanda... lots of light (short of burning its leaves, direct morning sun is
    good), lots of water and high humidity, if you decide to pot, use a very open
    mix... large charcoal or gravel works really well. And theres no rest period for
    this.... so you can water everyday.
    thanks for the advice randy

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