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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2016 1:11 pm 
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Oh wow! That looks amazing! This is one on my wish list if I can ever find it!! How do you grow this?


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Would also really like to know growing conditions, my coriacea grows very well in intermediate conditions but my citrata suffered really badly, is this one a warm/ hot grower?


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As my greenhouse is quite little, all my orchids are nearly in the same conditions...cold-temperate during winter and temperate-hot during summer...

This Aerangis is directly mounted on a piece of bark, without sphagnum.
The roots must dry quickly after each watering, but it needs a high humidity.

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