1. Natalya GLUSCHAK, Altai Territory.

    The formation of buds in cambria does not depend on the season and occurs 9-10 months after the previous flowering. The orchid does not have a pronounced rest period, but between flowering it must rest for some time. During this period, I transplant and propagate it, separating the pseudobulbs. I add charcoal to the pine bark substrate. I protect the plant from direct sunlight. I water it with warm soft water, without moisture stagnation. In the summer I take it out into the open air (tolerates a drop in temperature to +5 degrees). In gratitude for leaving Cambria gives "dancing" colorful flowers.

    Sow rare flower seeds (late winter - early spring)


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