Orchid Species Culture: Pescatorea, Phaius, Phalaenopsis, Pholidota, Phragmipedium, Pleione
The immense Oncidium/Odontoglossum alliance contains some of the most popular orchids grown. Finding reliable cultural information for more than just a handful of the most commonly available species, however, can be a real challenge. In this meticulously researched volume, aimed at serious orchidists, the authors have formulated recommendations for approximately 1300 species within this important group.
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actively growing applied weekly APR MAY JUN AUG SEP OCT BLOOM SEASON Botrytis cinerea brown Cattleya chemicals chlorosis CONTROL/PREVENTION cultivation Cultural Recommendations LIGHT Cymbidium DAYS CLR DEC F AVG DEC JAN FEB deficiency disease diurnal range epiphyte F AVG MAX FEB MAR APR FERTILIZER Flower Information PLANT fungicide fungus growers GROWING MEDIA growth habitat HUMIDITY HYBRIDIZING NOTES infection INFLORESCENCE JAN FEB MAR JUL AUG SEP JUN Cultural Recommendations JUN JUL AUG leaf lithophyte mealybugs medium micronutrient MISCELLANEOUS NOTES moisture monopodial N/HEMISPHERE JAN FEB nights average NOV DEC F NOV DEC JAN OCT NOV DEC orchid ORIGIN/HABITAT perlite Phaius Phalaenopsis Pholidota PHOTOS/DRAWINGS Phragmipedium Plant and Flower Pleione probable extremes PSEUDOBULB RAIN/INCHES RAIN/MM rainfall pattern REFERENCES Repotting is best REST PERIOD rhizome roots S/HEMISPHERE JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV sepals species spots Summer days average sympodial symptoms Temperatures are calculated Winter days average yellow