The orchid family is one of the largest plant families. It is estimated that there are 20,000 species. The Bamboo Orchid is an epiphytic orchid. That is to say: he grows in the wild on other plants or trees without taking food from them. He is originally from the mountainous regions of Southeast Asia. On the market, the Bamboo Orchid is one of the rarest orchids.
With a little bit of care, the consumer has so much more pleasure from his Bamboo Orchid. The symbols on the back of the label give the correct information. Here the explanation of the symbols:
With a little bit of care, the consumer has so much more pleasure from his Bamboo Orchid. The symbols in the information booklet provide the correct information. Here the explanation of the symbols:
After the Bamboo Orchid has flowered for about 6 weeks, the flowers gradually fall off. Then put the Bamboo Orchid in a cool place. Water the plant occasionally so that the soil does not dry out. After a month or 8-12 the orchid can make new shoots and start to bloom again. To promote the growth of the new shoots, the faded shoots can be cut at about 10 cm.
The plant comes with an information book hanging in the plant. The Bamboo Orchid is a piece of nature for the home. Whether you give the Bamboo Orchid a gift or decide to keep it yourself, she feels at home in every interior. Exotic, Modern, Scandinavian or for example an interior with raw elements, a real eyecatcher!