Barbara wrote: I'm curious, Bonaventure, about the requirements of this Eulophia. New Jersey is much more humid than New Mexico. Does it require humidity to thrive? Thanks, - Barbara Weintraub Santa Fe, NM USDA cold zone 5b/6a -- I just brought my Eulophia keithii indoors. Now I put them under bright light and stop all watering until new growth resumes in March or April. The long thin (unorchid-like) grasslike leaves will soon wither and fall off leaving attractive dark green flattened conical pseudobulbs 2-3 inches tall, making the whole pot much more compact. When the growth resumes I divide into 2-3 pseudobulb sections and repot into fresh potting soil amended with perlite. Blooming soon follows, the inflorescence somewhat resembling that of a smaller Cymbidium sinense or ensifolium. These are enjoyed indoors. Then the plants are acclimated to full sunlight outdoors in May and fertilized heavily untill fall. Easy as pie - first neglect with no water, then throw water and fertilizer on every day. I have extras available and am looking for other species. Bonaventure Magrys Cliffwood Beach, NJ USA I dunno, but I would suggest acclimating it slowly to the higher light levels in NM when put outside and beginning growth and keeping it amply moist. I would watch for spider mites on the thin foliage. It grows like a weed if you follow the key to indulge it with water and food while in growth to ripen the pseudobulbs, and follow with sharp sharp deprivation for 5-6 months. I have photos but putting them on the wiki is an exercise in futility and frustration. Bonaventure@optonline.net Anyone want divisions contact me privately and I can divide them soon when all the leaves are shed and bareroot send them for a small fee covering postage & labor.