Edmundoa Lindenii

Description

Edmundoa lindenii is a plant species in the genus Edmundoa. This species is endemic to Brazil.

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Edmundoa Lindenii Care

Overview

Humidity
More than 70%
Light
Medium (Light - Indirect)
Soil
Mix soil
Temperature
15 - 24
Watering
Low

Humidity

During the summer months, this plant demands a humid environment. Daily misting of the leaves and flowers will help this plant remain healthy and happy.

Light

During the summer, provide partial shade to Edmundoa Lindenii. At other times of the year, bright but indirect light is required for the plant's health. Full summer sunlight can destroy the flowers.

Soil

When grown as a house plant, this plant requires an orchid or bromeliad soil mixture. This can be simulated with a one part gardening soil to two parts perlite or tree bark mixture.

Temperature

Average room temperatures between 65 °F (18.3 °C) - 75 °F (24 °C) are suitable and maintain temperatures around the 75 °F (24 °C) mark to bring flowers in to bloom.

Watering

Water by misting with a sprayer frequently during the summer, but do not allow the bulbous to get very wet and remain that way, otherwise this may cause the base to rot. Allow the plant to dry out then give it a good misting again, which could be once a day depending on the climate and weather conditions you have. Winter much less. You can also give the plant a good soak with a watering can once a month, without allowing the bulbous to become waterlogged, using distilled or filtered tepid water.

Fertilizing

While misting the Edmundoa Lindenii plant you can add a weak diluted fertilizer from spring - summer, twice a month.

Propagation

After flowering has occurred for the year, new shoots may be uprooted and broken off from the main plant. These can be transferred to their own pot, where they will take root over the course of a couple of weeks.