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LAELIAS: Cold-tolerant Hybrids Not all of them are cold-tolerant, as for out-of-doors conditions but many species can be grown with cymbidiums, above all the favorite L. anceps; for details and names refer to OA82-134 0
LAELIAS: Hereditary Influences In breeding, they have dominant characteristics; refer to A60-14 0
LAELIAS: Rupiculous Types Leaves should have a red tinge by being exposed to very bright light; they grow on mountain tops on rocks in full sun in winter and slight shade in summer; they need good air circulation; nightly dew provides water during the dry season, so a rest seems not to be needed; temperatures vary from 5 dC (40 dF) at night to 38 dC (lOO dF) during the day. SA85 Mar-17 0

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