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Rhynchostylis gigantea ALBA

Dr. Bill's Orchids, LLC

Regular price $38.00

  • Description

Bloom size in 6" pots. Some may be in bloom, others may be previously bloomed. Plants in bloom will be sent out first.

Species/Hybrid: Species

Plant size: BS, may have previously bloomed

In bud/bloom?: Some are still holding on to some blooms, but may be out of bloom by the time the are shipped

Pot size: 6" round

Fragrant?: YES! (One of my favorites!)

Culture: I grow these on the higher end of Phalaenopsis lighting (~2000-2500fc for Fc fans out there), Water after the roots/potting media have dried out a bit (I say somewhere between a Phal and Cattleya in terms of how much to let it dry out). Do back off a little on watering during the winter months when growth has slowed. Repotting is not usually done as often due to the thick roots that don't like to bend- some people will grow them in the wooden baskets for this reason (like a Vanda). I usually soak with warm water before repotting to help coax the roots to bend a bit. Intermediate-warm temperatures.

  • Description
  • Bloom size in 6" pots. Some may be in bloom, others may be previously bloomed. Plants in bloom will be sent out first.

    Species/Hybrid: Species

    Plant size: BS, may have previously bloomed

    In bud/bloom?: Some are still holding on to some blooms, but may be out of bloom by the time the are shipped

    Pot size: 6" round

    Fragrant?: YES! (One of my favorites!)

    Culture: I grow these on the higher end of Phalaenopsis lighting (~2000-2500fc for Fc fans out there), Water after the roots/potting media have dried out a bit (I say somewhere between a Phal and Cattleya in terms of how much to let it dry out). Do back off a little on watering during the winter months when growth has slowed. Repotting is not usually done as often due to the thick roots that don't like to bend- some people will grow them in the wooden baskets for this reason (like a Vanda). I usually soak with warm water before repotting to help coax the roots to bend a bit. Intermediate-warm temperatures.