I would increase the amount of light is getting as the humidity is more than enough, i grow this hybrid on a South East facing bedroom windowsill, humidity can be as high as 80% or as low as 30%. It grows and pitchers well in my conditions for me.
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Very well done Tanukimo! It's a real shame you might not be around when they flower.
My quelchii illu tepui is producing two flower stalks at the moment, first time flowering this species, yay!
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I've got one of these tents gathering dust, i really should be it at to again as side is becoming a massive issue! Love your masdevallia?s, i used to have a stunning one called midnight plum, from my local orchid society, i lost it years ago and the last that created it no longer grows orchids...
Thank you very much for the detailed info, I received 2 rob sg in 2012, which was the last batch of seed grown to come from BE, unfortunately my electric failed when I was away for 2 months in the dead of winter, came home and they were completely dead, I replaced one last year at the ICPS...
I find mex pings to very hardy, in respect to substrate, I've used everything from complex all mineral mixes to house plant soil and perlite, think as long as it's moist and airy it will be fine. Your pings look real good by the way! Which species/hybrid is it?
Cheers for sharing
I seem to remember reading about glue on subulata flower stalks before, I believe that the consensus is that it's a defense against insects that would climb up and eat the flower, but not sure, cheers for sharing
Really can't believe the nerve of this person! It takes a lot of time and effort to grow stunning plants and also to compose the photos! Hopefully it will be sorted quickly and as painlessly as poss!