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Cymbidium Orchids


By Siris

Cymbidium Orchids (Cymbidium)

The yellow, which is always the earliest, flowered in October. The cream and pink individuals are together (by mistake) in the wall tub pictured starting to flower now, in the cool conservatory. Need a cooler temperature than Phalaenopsis, the moth Orchids.

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What fine examples, beautiful

6 Mar, 2018


I agree with Dawn.....

6 Mar, 2018


I've so many pseudobulb plants of the pale pink about to flower, but those I bought in Madeira are going to keep me waiting another (or more) season.

9 Mar, 2018


so pretty... and they like it cooler than the Phals, you say? Sounds like something I could grow!

12 Mar, 2018


Lori, not frosty, a cool but light room, say about 7C in the winter. Not fussed about variations in temperature like Phals. I actually put mine outside in a shadier place during the hotter summer months.

12 Mar, 2018

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