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Dendrobium Nobilé, Classic Kumiko in decorative pot
Nobilé, Classic Kumiko in decorative pot
€15,50 €14,50

Dendrobium Nobilé, Classic Kumiko in decorative pot

Type: Dendrobium
€15,50 €14,50
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This orchid Dendrobium Nibilee Classic Kumiko is a very rich bloomer and has a high ornamental value. The Dendrobium has 1,2 or 3 flower sprays and comes in a beautiful white decorative pot.
Height (incl. pot) ± 50 cm
Pot size 12 cm

Orchid Dendrobium,

The orchid family is one of the largest plant families. It is estimated that there are 20,000 species. The Dendrobium nobilé is an epiphytic orchid. That is to say, it grows in the wild on other plants or trees without extracting food from them. It is originally from the mountainous regions of Southeast Asia. Dendrobium nobilé is one of the rarest orchids on the market and our supplier "Bos Orchids" is one of three growers in the Netherlands of this promising plant.

With a little care, consumers will enjoy their Dendrobium nobilé so much more. The symbols on the back of the label provide the correct information. Here the explanation of the symbols:

  • Not in full sun;
  • Place in the shade with occasional sun;
  • Remove dead flowers;
  • Not intended for consumption;
  • Flowering period 2 to 3 months;
  • Plant nutrition 1 x every 3 months;
  • Water twice a week;
  • Place in a room with a temperature between 15 ° C and 22 ° C.

Additional information: just like all other plants do not put in a draft. After flowering give less water and no plant food. During the rest period, place the plant in a light place at a temperature of 5 ° C to 10 ° C.

Height (incl. pot):± 50 cm
Pot size ⌀:12 cm
Article number:211clkucymi1
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