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  • Cymbidium Early Sue Paddy 3 + branches

Cymbidium Early Sue Paddy 3 + branches

This amazingly beautiful cymbidium has at least 3 beautiful flower throats. This plant will do well at home or in the office.
Type:
Cymbidium
Article number:
LP-PADDY 3-4 tak
Availability:
Available
Reviews:
Height (incl. pot):
± 85 cm
Pot ⌀:
14 cm
€26,50
Incl. tax

Cymbidium

Origin and care

Originally, these come    beautiful cymbidiums with its beautiful flower branches for in China, Taiwan and Vietnam. Here they grow at an altitude of 1500 to 2200 meters.

Like other green plants, the cymbidium requires sufficient water. Once a week immerse in lukewarm water for a few minutes, leak out and then put back in the pot is most ideal.

The cymbidium likes to have a light place, especially in winter this is important. In spring and summer, no direct sunlight would otherwise burn the leaves.

Nutrition

The Cymbidium gives little to no manure in the winter months. Only in spring when the plant has flowed out and new shoots form, fertilizer can be regularly fertilized with sufficient nitrogen (N).

Overpots

If the plant is almost bursting out of its pot, it's time to patch the plant.
Find a high pot. The roots of the Cascade Cymbidium grow the best.
Use an airy mixture of potatoes that holds enough moisture.

Flower buds

The Cymbidium flourishes naturally once a year. So if you bought a plant in January, it will have new flowers at its earliest January again in the following year.

It's not that easy to get this together. Therefore, here are some tips:

  1. Give the plant a light spot in winter;
  2. Provide sufficient water to keep the plant in good condition;
  3. When the plant has flowed out, move it to a cool, light place in the house and give little water;
  4. After 12 weeks, move the plant to a warmer place and give more water. During this period, manure can also be administered regularly.
  5. If possible, the plant may be placed outside the summer months. Not in the bright sun, but in a light place. Keep the pot lid damp. Pour into potion so that it dries out less quickly;
  6. In autumn, when outdoor temperatures reach below 10 degrees, the plant returns to the plant.

A delight for the eye this beautiful cymbidium orchid!

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