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While I am very excited about this year's sarcochilus blooms, my growing areas, especially the cooler spots, are getting crowded. These deserve more room than I am willing to commit to them at this time. The prices are below. Shipping may have to wait until another break in the weather, but I am happy to hold them until shipping is safe. These will be shipped out of bloom.


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What're your temperature ranges for your Sarchos? Thanks. Joe.
Some seasonal variations are required for best results. The warm weather (Spring-Summer) temperatures are between 68-85F. During this time, mine are outside and shaded in Northeast Ohio. The cooler weather is broken into two phases. The first is in the Falls to induce blooms. Lows between 45-50F for 8-12 weeks seemed to be the sweet spot. After that, temperatures between 60-65 as a low and 75ish as a high keeps them happy. The trick is to get that cool snap in the flower. Without it, they grow beautifully but won't flower.
 
Some seasonal variations are required for best results. The warm weather (Spring-Summer) temperatures are between 68-85F. During this time, mine are outside and shaded in Northeast Ohio. The cooler weather is broken into two phases. The first is in the Falls to induce blooms. Lows between 45-50F for 8-12 weeks seemed to be the sweet spot. After that, temperatures between 60-65 as a low and 75ish as a high keeps them happy. The trick is to get that cool snap in the flower. Without it, they grow beautifully but won't flower.
Thanks for answering Darlene. Joe.
 
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