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 repotting cymbidium orchids

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25 Aug 2006 Now if you' re potting up native orchids , the dendrobium, you'd use orchid bark, but for Cymbidiums we use orchid compost.

Potting and repotting : Cymbidiums are semi-terrestrial orchids . They naturally grown in loamy humus, sending thin roots into the mixture.

Excellent Orchid books. The best time to repot a Cymbidium , Oncidium, Dendrobium or Miltonia is when you see new growths coming up like in the photo below.

Cymbidium orchids are by far the most popular orchids to be grown in Southern . Repotting is done every 2 to 4 years and is best indicated by the plant

23 Oct 2008 General cautions for repotting . Cymbidiums are subject to bacterial and fungal infections and are also susceptible to the common orchid


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