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Pychopsis Culture Recommendations per the American Orchid Society:




Approx. 60 F at night to 90 F during the day. These plants must be given good air movement.
Light: 1800 to 3000 foot-candles. Under brighter light conditions, flowers will be smaller, less intensely colored and tend to be more reflexed. Conversely, under shadier conditions few, flatter, more intensely colored flowers are produced.
Water-Humidity: They prefer moist conditions but should be allowed to nearly dry out between waterings. High humidity, as much as 85% RH is appreciated.
Fertilizer: Balanced fertilizer, half strength once per week but flush the medium often.
Potting: Sphagnum moss in clay pots or slabs. They do not like a stale mix.