Just growing it in a mix of medium bark, large perlite and plenty of NZ sphagnum moss. Last year it had 5 flowers the only difference I made was to put it on a 24/7 tapwater drip system. I only feed my phrags with blood and bone which I apply twice per year in November and May and only a teaspoonful per feed.This seems to work for me but probably won't work for everyone ------- our water is very soft and yes they are grown in a 14' x 8' greenhouse and the temp never drops below 13c but rises as high as it wants depending on the outside weather.That's magnificent. Are you growing these in a greenhouse? What's your cultivar for these. Thanks
The best and most rapid development of v. dalessandroi was made by EYOF. Unfortunately getting plants from them is like pulling teeth!IIt is just a shame that there aren't more ral dalessandroi around, and I don't mean the stuff that people try to pass off as dalessandroi these days.