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  1. spes1959

    Cattleya warscewiczii semialba ‘Everest’

    Only wonderful orchid. I love it
  2. spes1959

    Cymbidium goeringii (June 2023)

    Wonderful, let me know when and where do you get it
  3. spes1959

    Cymbidium goeringii (June 2023)

    Yes is a bonsai mix. After your words I forget it 😀😀😀
  4. spes1959

    Cymbidium goeringii (June 2023)

    Hi Michael in Italy I find this mix This substrate is a high quality product of Japanese origin. Consisting of akadama hard quality Ibaraki triple red band, kiryuzuna hard quality and washed hyuga (pomice). The percentages of the three components are as follows: • akadama hard quality triple...
  5. spes1959

    Brassavola Little Stars

    Thanks a lot big923
  6. spes1959

    Brassavola Little Stars

    But do you think that in october is ok?
  7. spes1959

    Brassavola Little Stars

    Hi everybodY I bought yesterday a well-Grown Brassavola Little stars that is in a plastic pot with a bark support. I wanted to know when you advise me to mount it. Thank you
  8. spes1959

    Cymbidium goeringii "Song Mei" (Chinese variety) 中國春蘭 「宋梅」

    Thank you Michael I trust your knowledge. The first Goeringii will be the Song Mei and I will use all your tips.
  9. spes1959

    Cymbidium goeringii "Song Mei" (Chinese variety) 中國春蘭 「宋梅」

    Hi Jokerpass I am referring to an article written by ken Jacobsen judge of AOS and Cymbidium society of America. For him the two forms are different non only for petals and sepals but also for the size of the flowers (10 cm for Lily form and 4 cm for Lotus form). Leaf length: 35 cm Lily, 15 cm...
  10. spes1959

    Cymbidium goeringii "Song Mei" (Chinese variety) 中國春蘭 「宋梅」

    I read an article in Orchid Digest magazine that divides Cymbidium Goeringii info two subgroups: Lotus form and Lily form. Song Mei is part of the first group that has a greater tolerance to cold and also a shorter leaf length. What do you think?
  11. spes1959

    Microalgae as Biostimulants

    I certainly do not want to diminish the importance of Kelpak that I have been using for a few years following your posts And that I have introduced many Italian Orchidee enthusiasts. with this post I just asked if anyone in this forum has experience with microalgae which according to I...
  12. spes1959

    Microalgae as Biostimulants

    Hi Ray thank you for your reply. In fact, the product in question must not replace fertilizers but give help for its richness of aminoacids vitamins and proteins. I have the data of a study conducted that show a richness much higher than other products based on brown algae
  13. spes1959

    Microalgae as Biostimulants

    Good evening friends, I recently read several scientific articles that talk about the use in agriculture of microalgae also called phytoplankton. They are single-celled very rich in proteins, vitamins and amino acids. Is anyone among you using them as a support for fertilization? What do you...
  14. spes1959

    Cattleya Bob Betts 'The Virgin' FCC/AOS

    Can anyone tell me where I can find Cattleya Bow Bells or Bob Betts in Europe? I can't find it from any seller
  15. spes1959

    Cattleya Bob Betts 'The Virgin' FCC/AOS

    Very huge cattleya :cool::cool::cool:
  16. spes1959

    L. anceps educational/novelty mount

    good idea and wonderful orchid
  17. spes1959

    East Asian Cymbidium Potting Mix

    Hi Michael what do you think About this substrate? This substrate (Bonsai soil) is a high quality product of Japanese origin. Consisting of akadama hard quality Ibaraki triple red band, kiryuzuna hard quality and washed hyuga (pomice). Overall it is already sifted from the powder and can be...
  18. spes1959

    Cattleya walkeriana bud

    Hi everyone this is Cattleya walkeriana bud. Do you think this red color of the stem is normal?
  19. spes1959

    C.walkeriana inside or outside?

    hi everybody: I am enriching my collection of walkeriana and two plants are now flowering. so far they are on the terrace with temperatures of 10 C as a minimum and 16/18 C as a maximum. Do I leave them outside or do I take them to the glass-enclosed veranda facing south-west where the...
  20. spes1959

    C. walkeriana coerulea Season

    Hi Phred, since I consider you an expert on Cattleya walkeriana I would like to ask you something: I am enriching my collection of walkeriana and two plants are flowering. so far they are on the terrace with temperatures of 10 C as a minimum and 16/18 C as a maximum. Do I leave them outside or...
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