Collector of new, rare and albino paph species
- Feb 1, 2019
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- TORONTO CANADA
It was disappointing because they are about the easiest & most vigorous out of flask. They grew big fast. I kept one big compot to myself. The plants got big & looked great but never ever bloomed and then I lost interest being busy with parvis. Then, I just tossed the whole thing on one sunday morning. It was so liberating!They do like lots of water in summer and never dry out. Using an inert material like an orchiata/charcoal/perlite mix is best to prevent root rot. In winter, moist but not wet.
I water them more often than other paphs, except the wardiis, which is also wet all summer (dryer in winter).