Eurychone rothschildiana orchid plant care and culture

Eurychone rothschildiana is found in Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zaire. They grow in shade in evergreen forest at 1100-1200 m.

 Eurychone rothschildiana also called as Rothschild's Eurychone, Angraecum rothschildianum, is a species of the genus Eurychone. This species was described by Friedrich Richard Rudolf Schlechter in 1918.

IDENTIFY EURYCHONE ROTHSCHILDIANA ORCHID PLANT

 Eurychone rothschildiana is found in Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and Zaire. They grow in shade in evergreen forest at 1100-1200 m.

Eurychone rothschildiana orchid plant care and culture

 It is a monopodial, mini-miniature sized, hot to warm growing epiphyte with a short stem, carrying obliquely obovate, unequally obtusely or sub acutely bilobed apically leaves.

 Rothschild's Eurychone blooms on an axillary, pendant, 2.5 to 10 cm long, 1 to 7 flowered inflorescence with ovate-triangular, obtuse bracts and showy, white, fragrant flowers. The flowers are white with the lip exhibiting a white frilled border with a large green blotch followed by either a brown or purple throat.

EURYCHONE ROTHSCHILDIANA ORCHID PLANT 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:

 Eurychone rothschildiana needs a light level of 12000-18000 lux. Light should be shady, and plants should never be exposed to direct midday sun. Strong air movement should be provided at all times.

Eurychone rothschildiana orchid plant care and culture

Temperature:

 Summer days temperature at average 22-24°C, and nights average 15-16°C, with a diurnal range of 7-8°C. If an evaporative cooler is used in the growing area, these plants should thrive if placed in the cool, moist airflow near the outlet during hot, dry summer weather.

Humidity:

 Rothschild's Eurychone need the humidity of 80-85% in summer and early autumn. Averages then drop to 70-75% in winter and early spring.

Substrate, growing media and repotting:

 Eurychone rothschildiana grow better when mounted on a rough cork slab. Mounted plants need high humidity, however, and during hot, dry weather they may need several waterings a day.

 If it is difficult to keep mounted plants moist enough, they may be grown in a shallow pot or basket filled with a very open, fast-draining medium that has excellent drainage, is well aerated, and allows the medium to dry fairly rapidly after watering.

 Growers generally use medium-sized fir bark or shredded tree-fern fiber and add varying amounts of chunky perlite and/or chopped sphagnum moss to keep the medium open and retain some moisture. Including charcoal in the mix also holds the medium open and prevents souring in the pot.

 Plants should be repotted immediately if the medium starts to break down or whenever the plant outgrows its container. Repotting should be done just as new roots start to grow. This enables the plant to become reestablished in the shortest possible time.

Watering:

 Rainfall is heavy from spring through summer and into midautumn. Averages then fall with 2- to 3-month drier season in winter. Cultivated plants should be watered heavily while actively growing, but their roots must dry fairly quickly after watering.

Eurychone rothschildiana orchid plant care and culture

Fertilizer:

 1/4-1/2 recommended strength, applied weekly when plants are actively growing. You can use a balanced fertilizer throughout the year; but also can use a high-nitrogen fertilizer from spring to midsummer, then switch to one high in phosphates in late summer and autumn.

Rest period:

 Winter days temperature at average 25-27°C, and nights average 13-15°C, with a diurnal range of 11-12°C. Water should be reduced for Eurychone rothschildiana plants in winter, particularly those grown in the dark, short-day conditions common in temperate latitudes. Plants should not remain without water for long periods, however. In most growing areas, somewhat regular early-morning mistings between occasional light waterings should provide sufficient moisture. Fertilizer should be reduced or eliminated until heavier watering is resumed in spring.

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