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Great blooms! I like them both very much. I have an ecuadorense 'Si' and can do nothing with it. The plant has a tiny
new growth, but it's not happy. Any suggestions about culture?
 

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Great blooms! I like them both very much. I have an ecuadorense 'Si' and can do nothing with it. The plant has a tiny
new growth, but it's not happy. Any suggestions about culture?
Don't feel bad Abax. I have the same clone of Si16142478297303787473194807620862.jpg and I can't do anything with it either!
 

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It hasn't bloomed in a few years and when it did, one flowero_O

I need info on blooming please!
 

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I wouldn't withhold water based upon where they're found in nature, but I might try a night temperature drop of 10-15F for a few weeks.
 

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I suspect mine's a dud. It gets lots of water, temp. drops and lots of cussing. All I get is one very tiny new growth. It's
getting closer to the compost bin. I have an unmown lawn outside; don't need one in the gh.
 
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