Potting: I cultivate them in a fern post and in a wire basket. I initially had it in small pots proportionate to the size of the plant but it kept outgrowing them in a relatively short time. Fern post eventually decay, but they can accommodate the growth of the plants for many more years than a pot.
Fertilizing: A fertilizer with high nitrogen content is used two times a week when this plant is producing new growths. I stop fertilizing when the new growths achieve mature size. I don’t’ fertilize if the plant is not producing either new growths or roots.
Light: It gets bright light, it is with my Cattleya, it gets full sun early in the morning and the rest of the day it is under the shade of trees. It is not in deep shade. This plant blooms better with high light but can still bloom quite satisfactorily with the level of light given Phalaenopsis.
Temperature: From 95 F high day to 75 F at night during the summer, 80F to 60F during the night in winter.