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This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis Cornu-Cervi within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I have moved this plant around a little. I also adjusted it's "potting situation" by ...
I have moved this plant around a little. I also adjusted it's "potting situation" by sitting it in a clay pot with broken up pieces of styrofoam. It needs cool roots and lots of sun without the heat. I finally moved it to the "jungle" section. lol The corner by the vandas is looking like a plant jungle. The air movement over there means the western exposure, which would normally be oven hot on the plants, is made tolerable by the breezes that are constant over there. Now that it is receiving high sun and it's roots are misted and cool; the flowers are even more amazing. The last flower had muddled coloring, but this one from higher sun levels obviously is better in a number of ways. It never fails to amaze me what a change in sun and water make in a flower.
There is definitely a marked improvement in the flower especially the colour.
Another improved corny. Great.
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