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Flowering Comments
FLOWERING: Enhancement Carnauba wax is a lipid growth substance from the palm tree and is a rich source of enhancement properties; virtually every plant (non-orchid) sprayed with a patented preparation of it showed enhanced numbers and size of flowers. OA83-80 0
FLOWERING, SHY: Lack of Blooms If it is a healthy plant it may be a genetic lack or fault, or, lack of light intensity, or a food lack. AU84-204 -- in Cattleya mossiae = this plant needs two or three weeks starting in November at a temperature of 58 dF, to start flowering in the already formed sheaths. A82-1178 0
FLOWERING, SHY: Lycasteria Only one plant from the same cross flowered in 20 years: Lycasteria Darius. OR73-355 0
FLOWERING, SHY: Why Don't They Flower? Many well-known species don't flower like they used to: Brassavola digbyana, Laelia majalis, Coelogyne cristata, C. flaccida, Bifrenaria harrisoniae, Vanda coerulea; the older clones were chosen by collectors because of their floriferousness. OR77-78 0

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