The Brassia is a evergreen epiphytic and occurs in Central and South America. This beautiful orchid is related to the Oncidium, but does not have such high light needs as most Oncidiums.
Put Orchids in a light spot at room temperatures of 18 to 20C and give them a special, liquid orchid fertilizer once a month. (Available from us)
Potorchids do not like wet feet. Immerse the plant 5 to 10 minutes in water at room temperature once a week and let the Brassia leak well.
The Brassia also does not like a ride and direct sunlight. In addition, they do not find a stove or central heating nearby.
Also a fruit bowl in the neighborhood is not a good option. Fruit produces gases that make aging flowers fast.
Use rainwater if possible!
Do not pour the water on the plant, but on the ground.
Give the plant preferably water in the morning so that moisture has the time to dry.
Keep orchids in the winter drier than in the summer. They are then at rest. Just give up some water.
Give the orchid in the spring more and more water, with occasional special manure.
Because today's most modern houses have a dry atmosphere, the orchid keeps moisture dry, orchid Brassia is delicious if you regularly spray the orchid leaves.
The Brassia, like most orchids, is a grateful plant, with good care he can reappear.
The flowering time of the orchid Brassia is 6 to 6 weeks.