Origin and care
These are originally coming beautiful cymbidiums with its hanging flower clusters for China, Taiwan and Vietnam. Here they grow at a height of 1500 to 2200 meters.
The cymbidium, like other green plants, needs sufficient water. Dipping a few minutes in lukewarm water once a week, letting it leak out and then putting it back in the pot is the most ideal.
The cymbidium likes to have a light spot, especially in the winter this is important. In the spring and summer prefer no direct sunlight otherwise the leaves could burn.
Give the Cymbidium little or no fertilizer during the winter months. Only in the spring when the plant has finished flowering and new shoots are formed can fertilizers be regularly fertilized with nitrogen containing nitrogen (N).
If the plant almost bursts out of its pot, it is time to repot the plant.
Look for a high pot. The roots of the Cascade Cymbidium grow best here.
Use an airy mixture of potting soil that retains sufficient moisture.
The Cascade Cymbidium naturally blooms once a year. So if you bought a plant in January, it will get new flower branches at the earliest again in January the following year.
It is not so easy to get this done. So here are some tips: