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  • Bijzondere Orchideeën Brassia Tessa second branch
  • Bijzondere Orchideeën Brassia Tessa second branch

Bijzondere Orchideeën Brassia Tessa second branch

The Brassia is an evergreen epiphyte and is found in Central and South America. This beautiful orchid is akin to the Oncidium, but requires less light as most Oncidiums. The brassia is in a yellow ceramic pot.
Type:
Bijzondere Orchideeën
Article number:
FP165-231.03
EAN:
8719322606242
Availability:
Available
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Height (incl. pot):
± 70 cm
Pot ⌀:
12 cm

Orchid, Brassia

The Brassia is an evergreen epiphyte and is found in Central and South America. This beautiful orchid is akin to the Oncidium, but does not have such high light demand as most Oncidiums.


care

Orchids put on a light place at a room temperature of 18 a 20C and give them once a month a special, liquid orchid fertilizer. (Available from us)


Pot orchids do not like wet feet. Immerse the plant once a week for 5 to 10 minutes at room temperature water and drain well the Brassia.

The Brassia does not like drafts and direct sunlight. They also find a stove or central heating in the neighborhood not fine.
A fruit bowl in the neighborhood is not a good option. Fruit produces gases that cause fast aging flowers.

To water


Use 'if possible' rainwater!
do not pour water on the plant, but on the earth.
Give the plant, preferably in the morning water so that the moisture has the time to dry.
Keep orchids drier in winter than in summer. They are at rest. Give only very occasionally some water.
Give the orchid in the spring weather more water, with occasional special fertilizer.


Because most modern houses nowadays a dry atmosphere have made the correct holding orchid likes orchids Brassia a moist air it when you regularly spray the orchid leaves.

The Brassia is "like most orchids a rewarding plant. With proper care it can start flowering again.

flowering period

The flowering period of the Brassia orchid is 6 to 6 weeks.

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