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PostPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2016 1:02 pm 
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Finally after four years of gorwing my coelogyne pulverula (dayanum), the spikes are shorter than normal but they have got four spikes so i am not complaining at all. Still a small plant compared to the to some I have worked with. Its in a 7 1/2liter pot gorwn in chunky bark, it keep it on the cooler end to what most peeple grow them but it seems happy enough and grows well.


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They do seem to take a while to settle in dont they! Got my first spike this year, after quite a few years.


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They do seem to take a while to settle in dont they! Got my first spike this year, after quite a few years.


This was sold to me as flowering size but it took another five years to become flowering size. But infirm all the pedulus flowering ceoloygnes can take a bit of time to settle. Well apart from messeagenana.


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