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Orchid Cymbidium

Orchid Cymbidium
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Houseplants Size Chart

Houseplants Size Chart

Terrestrial orchid forms an evergreen cluster of strap-like leaves. Tall, arching stalks bare rows of large, colorful flowers. Traditionally blooms in winter, but some hybrids bloom in summer or fall.

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  • Mature Size:  Height and width varies
  • Light Requirement: Bright, Indirect Light
  • Water Needs: Medium
  • Growth Habit: Upright, Arching
  • Growth Rate: Moderate
  • Attributes: Long Bloom Season, Flowers for Cutting, Showy Flowers, Fragrant

Green Thumb Guide

Water very regularly during blooming season, pouring off any unabsorbed water, then reduce regularity during the rest of the year. Remove flower spikes after 4-5 weeks to ensure plant has a full cycle of growth for next flowering season. Feed every month with a low strength orchid fertilizer. Repot every 2-4 years after clumps reach the edge of the pot. When repotting, tease apart roots to remove spent planting mix. May be divided into multiple plants if necessary.ebstone-organics-orchidmix,african-violet,greenall-organicpottingsoil,bonide-174-houseplant-food-concentrate,hestra-robin-synthetic-glove


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