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Due to our decision to expand our Cattleya inventory, we have decided to eliminate Phalaenopsis from our offerings.
We apologize for any inconvenience and hope that the following culture quick guide will be of some help to you.
Information for this quick guide was taken from an article in the 1988 March issue of the American Orchid Society Bulletin.
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Time for bloom spikes to begin showing themselves.
Increase shading and start staking spikes.
Water a little more often as the days get hotter and longer.
Hail Hail the blooms are here. Enjoy and share the joy.
Keep a sharp eye out for mites.
Time for summer bloomers, violacea and amboinensis types.
Repot and look for signs of too much light or too little water.
Cut back your flower stems at the end of this month.
Back off a little on watering, and increase light to set spring spikes.
Allow plants to chill a little (min. 55°) at night for about 3 weeks.
Feed with bloomer fertilizer (optional).
Thanksgiving and snail time. Look out!
Merry Christmas. Check your stockings for orchids!!
Phelps Farm Orchids Inc.
15808 Timberwood Drive
Tampa, Florida 33625
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