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My new Paph PEOY

This is a discussion on My new Paph PEOY within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Jmoney I have a south/southwest exposure, so it's plenty of light for ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmoney
    I have a south/southwest exposure, so it's plenty of light for paphs & phrags. You can grow most paphs & phrags with an unobstructed east window (or west, but then you have to deal with afternoon heat). Just a matter of distance from the glass.
    So do you think a paph haynaldianum or lowii could grow and flower if residing in a east window? Just wondering....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrchidTraci
    Sorry to hear about the broken roots, hopefully you will get a postive response. I think the PEOY looks fantastic!
    Oh, they have already replaced it with a more expensive species in spike, the yellow besseae!

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    Quote Originally Posted by orchid_fan
    So do you think a paph haynaldianum or lowii could grow and flower if residing in a east window? Just wondering....
    absolutely. (most orchids will grow even if given too little light). i think these two species will flower just fine as long as you remember to move them closer to the window during the winter months and drop the temps to 55-60 winter nights when they mature.

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