Got these bulbs this spring. There is a fourth one not quite visual yet. Hope I can get them to bloom.
The radiata look fine, just small. I highly recommend removing them from the growing mix this fall and storing the new tubers in some slightly moist vermiculite (or the like) in a freezer bag. If you leave them in the pot they stand a good chance of rotting over winter.
Nice rhodochelia too!
Yes, you that is fine with the tropical species since they shouldn't get a cooling period. The P. radiata however needs a significant cold rest (about 5 months) and during that time they easily rot. Good luck with them all.What is your recommendation on the rhodocheila? Tropical Orchid Farm say to keep them in the pot and no water after the foliage dies. Then rest in the pots until late Feb. or early March.