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The Big Phalaenopsis

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    Quote Originally Posted by zildjian View Post
    wowwwwwww!!!!! i hope my phal could catch up with the number of leaves of your phal.

    i hope so,good luck to you
    Today i say to you how about i plant my big Phal continueing ....
    Conditions required to grow an Phalaenopsis orchid, have a lot of flowers, of course, is to have a Phalaenopsis full of health good
    - Here, we see that avoid the direct sunlight, avoid heavy rain, used slow release fertilizer(release fertilizer pellet), limited temperature changes are essential to raising a healthy orchid
    My orchid gardens are always mean temperature from 28 degrees C to 33 degrees C (Celsius °C), the temperature in January is about 24 degrees C, which shows that the high temperature is also bloom in Phalaenopsis and bloom many flower


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    Quote Originally Posted by zildjian View Post
    wowwwwwww!!!!! i hope my phal could catch up with the number of leaves of your phal.

    i hope so,good luck to you
    Today i say to you how about i plant my big Phal continueing ....
    Conditions required to grow an Phalaenopsis orchid, have a lot of flowers, of course, is to have a Phalaenopsis full of health good
    - Here, we see that avoid the direct sunlight, avoid heavy rain, used slow release fertilizer(release fertilizer pellet), limited temperature changes are essential to raising a healthy orchid
    My orchid gardens are always mean temperature from 28 degrees C to 33 degrees C (Celsius °C), the temperature in January is about 24 degrees C, which shows that the high temperature is also bloom in Phalaenopsis and bloom many flower


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    Thanks Culanluasg or your growing tips. Your weather there sounds very much like ours here but maybe we are 1 - 2 deg higher.

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    with experience, I found that the cultivation of phalaenopsis orchids in pot holes make of soil is better than plastic pots, use of charcoal is better to use sphagnum moss to Phalaenopsis orchids in tropical
    this is a soil pot with hole


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    all are very strong

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    My friend with Phal


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    Hi! Excellent growing, as always!

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    thanks so much Calan for your growing tips it is greatly appreciated. It's always a delight and inspiring to see your phals. Please tell us more. Our weather is not that different and I'm hoping to become an expert grower soon. I may need to add another layer of net into my growing area to further control the temperature during the day. Our night temp could go down to 20C from November to probably March but day temp is high at 31C to 33C.

    With regards to soil as medium, what type of soil are you using? This is amazing and defies what the so called culture requirement for this plant is telling us. Do you really mean soil as in soil from the ground (earthground)?

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    I would say more about how to grow Orchid Phals
    first is the light and shielding
    Orchids Phalaenopsis need to avoid completely rain, rain with plastic tole
    we do not use plastic net because rain can damage the leaf orchid by slot
    Here are pictures of plastic tole

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