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On my orchids appeared sticky droplets. I know that this parasite. How save the flowers ?]]>false2011-10-10T18:36:29Z2011-10-10T18:36:29Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-95.htmlfalse2011-10-05T22:53:23Z2011-10-05T22:53:23Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-94.html
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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The typical flower has three rather narrow sepals and three usually broader petals : two petals are similar to each other, and the third is the quite different conspicuous lip, featuring various markings and specks and an often frilly margin. At the base, the margins are folded into a tube. Each flower stalk originates from a pseudobulb. The number of flowers varies; it can be just one or two, or sometimes up to ten.]]>false2011-06-28T22:17:53Z2011-06-28T22:17:53Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-90.htmlfalse2011-06-24T17:21:40Z2011-06-24T17:21:40Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-89.html
As you can see from the attached picture, I have a couple of Phals and a dendrobium growing in the window sill. They get about 1 hour & 40 minutes of direct sunlight there. Is this a good or bad thing for them? Should they be somewhere else?
Any help you more experienced growers can provide is greatly appreciated.]]>false2011-04-12T21:04:44Z2011-04-12T21:04:44Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-84.htmlfalse2011-03-12T22:32:35Z2011-03-12T22:32:35Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-83.htmlfalse2011-02-25T19:10:15Z2011-02-25T19:10:15Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-82.htmlfalse2011-02-14T20:29:31Z2011-02-14T20:29:31Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-81.html
Any thoughts as to what it could be?]]>false2011-01-30T04:16:12Z2011-01-30T04:16:12Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-80.html
I was warned a long time ago that an unvented gas heater could cause problems, but I figured that it might not be too bad as a temporary supplement. Unfortunately, that was not the case as almost every bud in the greenhouse blasted within weeks – even on plants that, in the past, have been productive and bulletproof.
This link pretty much describes what have heard…
Today I met someone who deliberately vents a propane water heater directly into his greenhouse. His growing results are excellent although he did report a bit of flower malformation on one of his prize specimens.
I’m working on installing a small, vented propane heater, like I’ve used in my previous greenhouse, but I’m still baffled by this contradiction.]]>false2011-01-14T04:07:53Z2011-01-14T04:07:53Zhttp://sacramentoorchids.org/orchid-forum/thread-79.html
I was at the last meeting and learned that some Orchids needs a dry rest for it to bloom or stay in bloom. Now I am confused and is unsure if I should water my orchids or not. Does anyone know what types of orchids needs a dry rest or does it solely depends on where it originated?
If that's the case how do I go about finding out that information? Is there a book available or a specific site that I can go to without having to comb the internet for this information?
Right now I have one phal that has a spike and one cymbidium that might have three. My Sherry Baby's new leaf growth is abnormally light green. Not sure if it's too cold or not enough light, too much water.
Does anyone know of a good local source for these items?
What is the best way to cut tree fern bark squares into smaller sizes? I don't want to destroy the squares and it seems it could be tricky.
What about cork bark? I was just going to try a little hand saw.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
"Den.Kingianum alba" white
"Sle Hsin Buu Lady"
i have no idea what that means, but its what is written on the tags. although, the Sle one looks like some letters are missing
Anyway, they both have lots of new growth but no flowers. I bought them both at the orchid show back in May? April? the one here in Sacramento.
any suggestions as to why they are not blooming would be appreciated.