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PostPosted: Mon Dec 30, 2013 9:06 pm 
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I have managed to recover some old data which is probably of great use to people. A Cattleya cultivation sheet was prepared for us by a member of the forum back in 2006. You can now find that document again here:

Download Cattleya Cultivation sheet

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Thank you very much! I am just starting with some plants of that family and it will be very hepful for me as I have so few experience. :(

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Is it just me or is there a lack of actual growing advice on this? I only skimmed through it, but it seemed like a list of species and natural hybrids with maybe a couple of words (literally) on their wild growth habits and no indication that I could see on how to convert this to artificial growing advice.

Did I miss something?


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