Andy W

Andy W

Sunday, 13 December 2015 01:22

Cattlianthe Fran's Doll

(Cattleya Yellow Doll x Cattlianthe Kauai Starbright)

LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
warm temperature tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in February

 

 

Treat as you would a Cattleya.

 

Friday, 11 December 2015 06:16

Cymbidium Assassination Tango

(Memoria Amelia Earhart x Khai Tango)

LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
warm temperature tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in February

 

 

Ed D. was awarded an HCC / AOS with a score of 79 points for his exhibited Cymbidium  Assassination Tango giving it the cultivar name of  'Fires of Spring' in February of 2015.

 

Thursday, 10 December 2015 18:10

Phalaenopsis I-Hsin Picture

(Leopard Prince x I-Hsin Golden Sun Bird)

LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
warm temperature tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in February

 

 

Impression.

 

Thursday, 10 December 2015 08:43

Masdevallia Elven Gem

(welischiiinfracta)

LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
warm temperature tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in February

 

 

 

 

Deep fiery red flowers on this warmth tolerant Masdevallia. 

Tom P. was awarded an AM/AOS (score of 82 points) by the AOS Judging Center in Sacramento for his Masdevallia Elven Gem in February of 2015.  He named this Masd 'Mem. Linda Garbesi' in honor of his first wife. Photo credit: Ramon de los Santos 

 

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 20:26

Paphiopedilum Leeanum

(insigne x spicerianum)

LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
warm temperature tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in February

 

 

Tom P. was awarded Best in Show for the Paphiopedilum alliance grown by an advanced grower for his Paphiopedilum Leeanum at the 2015 Pacific Orchid Exposition.

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 20:13

Cymbidium Shifting Sands

(Pearly Queen x Sand Castle)

LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
warm temperature tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in February

 

 

Congratulations to Cheryl P. for earning Best Cymbidium in Show as well as Best Cymbidum by Advanced Exhibitor at the 2015 Pacific Orchid Exposition.

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 08:09

Cymbidium lowianum

LIGHT
low to medium indirect light
WATER
do not allow medium to dry out between waterings
HUMIDITY
70% is optimum, air movement is a must
TEMPERATURE
intermediate to warm tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in fall (red / orange)

 

Ed D. was awarded and HCC / AOS (77 points) on 6 May 2015 for his Cymbidium lowianum 'Compte de Hemptinnen. 

Sunday, 06 December 2015 21:15

Cattlianthe Blue Angel

(Cattlianthe Blue Boy x Cattleya Mini Purple)

LIGHT
moderate to bright light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
warm temperature tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in February

 

 

Cheryl P. earned 1st Place at the 2015 November meeting of the NVOS with her Cattlianthe Blue Angel 'Glove' BM/JOGA.

Sunday, 06 December 2015 18:57

Vandachostylis H. P. Jesup

(Vanda Ben Berliner x Vandachostylis Pine Rivers)

LIGHT
bright light, indirect midday sun
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
warm temperature tolerant
BLOOM SEASON
citrus blooms Fall into Winter

 

A large deep yellow bloom with a moderate citrus smell. Treat as a cattleya.

 

Cheryl P. earned 2nd Place at the 2015 October meeting of the NVOS.

Sunday, 06 December 2015 17:34

Neofinetia falcata

LIGHT
moderate light
WATER
allow to dry between watering
HUMIDITY
50% is optimum
TEMPERATURE
Intermediate
BLOOM SEASON
blooms in summer, fragrant

 

 

Cheryl P. earned 2nd Place with her Neofinetia falcata 'Higuma Nishiki' at the August 2015 Show and Tell of the NVOS.

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