How to Transplant Cymbidium Orchids

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Cymbidium orchids will grow and flower best when their roots are a bit crowded. They only need to be transplanted when the pseudo bulbs start to crowd to the edge of the pot. Cymbidiums bloom from January to April. The best time to transplant is when the blooms have faded for the season. Difficulty: Moderately…


Yellow Cymbidium Orchid Information

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The yellow cymbidium orchid originated in Asia and Australia. Unlike some other varieties of orchids, the yellow cymbidium does not grow wild anywhere in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Number and Shape The flowers of the yellow cymbidium orchid tend to grow in bunches of twenty flowers per stem, reports…


How to Grow a Cymbidium Orchid

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There are many types and species of Orchids. Growing the beautiful Cymbidium Orchid is relatively easy. These beautiful flowers are versatile in color and will brighten any room. The Cymbidium Orchid is widely used for corsages, recognized for the color they portray. Difficulty: Moderately Easy Instructions things you’ll need: Fir bark soil mixture mildly lit…


Varieties of the Cymbidium Orchid Cut Flower

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Cymbidium orchid varieties are prized as long-lasting cut flowers for their beauty and variety of shape and color. The genus cymbidium is one of 52 evergreen species in the orchidaceae family, and there are many cultivars within it. Commercially available cymbidiums are most often hybrids of several species. Single-species cymbidiums are rare but can be…


How to Buy & Grow Green Cymbidium Orchids

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Cymbidium orchids are large plants with grassy foliage and huge blooms. The flowers are often used in corsages and as cut flowers. Cymbidium orchids are commonly cultivated outdoors in warm climates like Florida and Texas. They need to be moved indoors when temperatures drop below 29 degrees Fahrenheit and will not tolerate snow or ice…


Cymbidium Orchids That Will Grow Well Outside in Tennessee

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Cymbidium orchids bloom in profuse clusters, with up to 20 large flowers on each stem. Five soft petals that surround a protruding "lip" on this exotic flower bloom in numerous color combinations. This hardy orchid prefers to be outdoors for at least part of the year. In Tennessee, put your cymbidium orchid outdoors in a…


Cymbidium Orchid Fertilizer

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Cymbidium orchids, native to tropical Asia and Australia, are favorites for corsages and cut flowers. Their thick, waxy petals come in every color except blue and true red. Cymbidiums are heavy feeders, and require a fertilizer with adequate nitrogen to ensure healthy growth and flowering. Type of Fertilizer The Colorado State University Extension recommends using…


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