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Coelogyne orchid

This is a discussion on Coelogyne orchid within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; One of the beautiful species, nice labellum....

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    One of the beautiful species, nice labellum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManilaByNight View Post
    p.s. I've got the c. pandurata and c. merillii as well. Specially the merillii which is so fragrant ....
    Jojo, ill be on the lookout for these as well... thanks.

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    the pandurata is a very robust grower. I forget to mention that I also have an asperata which is more common and cheaper than the pandurata.

    got these two from my "orchid grandma" and mentor, alice javier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManilaByNight View Post
    the pandurata is a very robust grower. I forget to mention that I also have an asperata which is more common and cheaper than the pandurata.

    got these two from my "orchid grandma" and mentor, alice javier.
    hi jojo,
    how do you grow your pandurata?

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    hi jojo,
    how do you grow your pandurata?
    It's planted inside a clay pot with chopped up tree fern bark poles as its medium.

    It is growing extremely well. I placed it where it is getting plenty of bright light but not direct sunlight (actually outside my window sill) and I water it copiously daily each morning before I leave for work. Of course, because of the porous tree fern media the water drains very easily.

    It is a very robust and fast grower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManilaByNight View Post
    It's planted inside a clay pot with chopped up tree fern bark poles as its medium.

    It is growing extremely well. I placed it where it is getting plenty of bright light but not direct sunlight (actually outside my window sill) and I water it copiously daily each morning before I leave for work. Of course, because of the porous tree fern media the water drains very easily.

    It is a very robust and fast grower.
    thanks jojo, i added coconut husks as well and it seems to like the morning sun directly.

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    Direct morning sun is ok until around 10:30 am. It's the noontime 'till afternoon sun that you should be wary about specially during the summer months.

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