Cymbidium Dryad 3" seedlings
(insigne X sanderae)
First registered in 1914, Cymbidium is also a primary hybrid (i.e. a hybrid composed of 2 different species). Flowers should be around 4" and will bloom Winter - Early Summer on arching stems 24-36" stems with up to 2 dozen flowers.
Cymbidiums are very tolerant as far as growing conditions able to withstand temperatures in the high 30's if given a little overhead protection. They also like as much sun as possible short of burning the leaves. Ideally, nights in the mid- forties and days in the mid eighties would be best. Water and feed abundantly about April to October giving as much sun as possible. Water as needed October-March and let the feeding lapse.
These ar strong single growth seedlings - don't expect flowers for about 2-3 years.
LIMITED! NOT BLOOMING SIZE!!