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Angraecum Crestwood

This is a discussion on Angraecum Crestwood within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; first time flowering for this plant. Hope you like. Ed...

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    first time flowering for this plant. Hope you like.

    Ed

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    Very nice, thanks for sharing.

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    Those are pretty orchid blooms, Ed. Nice!! How do you grow this angraecum?

    Cheers,
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    Lovely blooms. Am also interested in the growing requirements. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice orchid and very 'soft' colors. AL

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    I like them, Ed. They are very pretty.

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    Very beautiful, Like the yellow green color

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    very nice. wish i can have one like that.

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    Hi Ed very pretty specimen, lovely.Since you are already posted I would like to add mine into this thread if you don't mind.Thanks.
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    I just keep them as warm as possible, around 16 c in winter during the night rising to between
    20c -32c. I keep the air moving very strongly around them and give them moderate to bright light in summer and as much natural light as I can get in winter. Should add they are grown in a greenhouse and fertilized very sparingly. Large fir bark mixed with perlite,charcoal and a fair amount of hydroleaca make up the compost and I let them dry out completely before re-watering.
    Hope this may help someone.

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