Phaius francoisii care and culture

Phaius francoisii is native to the central Madagascar. They grow in the damp forests of the Mandraka valleys, at an altitude of 1200-1600 m...

 Phaius francoisii also called as Francois' Phaius, Gastrorchis francoisii, is a species of the genus Phaius. This species was described by Rudolf Schlechter in 1971.
Phaius francoisii care and culture

IDENTIFY PHAIUS FRANCOISII

 Phaius francoisii is native to the central Madagascar. They grow in the damp forests of the Mandraka valleys, at an altitude of 1200-1600 m.
 It is a medium to large sized, cool to warm growing terrestrial orchid, which reaching 61 cm in height, with 30-40 cm long, bright green, broadly oval-lanceolate, pointed, pleated, slightly bent leaves and fall after the growing season.
 Francois' Phaius blooms in the late spring and summer with 7-12, less often 25 loosely arranged flowers from 35-90 cm long inflorescence grows from the base of growth. The flowers are 4-6 cm in diameter and live 3-5 weeks. The narrow petals of the outer whorl and the smaller inner whorls are pink to the dark pink on the outside and the white to the pink inside. The ridge is red to red-purple, and the side plots are longer than the middle gun. The can covered V-shaped bead is surrounded by yellow hairs.

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Phaius francoisii care and culture

Phaius francoisii care and culture

Phaius francoisii care and culture

Phaius francoisii care and culture

PHAIUS FRANCOISII CARE AND CULTURE

 Cultural information should only be used as a guide, and should be to be adapted to suit you. Your physical location; where you grow your plants, how much time you have to devote to their care, and many other factors, will need to be taken into account. Only then can you decide on the cultural methods that best suit you and your plants.

Light:

 Phaius francoisii needs a light level of 18000-24000 lux.

Temperature:

 The average temperature of the summer day is 25-26 ° C, night 13-15 ° C, giving a daily difference of 10-13 ° C. The average temperature of the winter day is 20-23 ° C, the night 8-11 ° C, giving a daily difference of 12-14 ° C.

Humidity:

 Francois' Phaius needs the average humidity of 65-75%.

Substrate, growing media and repotting:

 It is recommended to use a fertile mix for substrate with good drainage. You can use a mixture of 2 parts peat and 1 part mulch, sand and charcoal. Repotting is best done in early spring, when new increments begin to appear.

Watering:

 In the period of active growth, extensive watering is recommended. The substrate should be constantly moist, but not soaked. The precipitation pattern is wet / dry, but the humidity remains at a relatively high level.

Fertilizer:

 During the growing season plants should be fertilized every week with 1/2 of the recommended dose of fertilizer for orchids.

Rest period:

 In winter, after dropping the leaves, the amount of water should be reduced to occasional fogging, and fertilization should eliminated.

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COMMENTS

Name

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