Cymbidium Orchids are renowned for their long stems of many blooms and dense petals.
Cymbidium is the oldest cultivated orchid.
Orchids take their name from the Greek word “orchis”, which means “male anatomy”. They are historically connected with fertility and masculinity due to their name.
Cymbidium Orchid has an extremely long shelf life (up to five weeks) in comparison to most cut flowers.
They have a long been associated with love and perfection Adding to their exotic look. Orchids are also a symbol of elegance and wealth in the Victorian era. they were a common ingredient in love potions in Europe. They were thought to bring good luck to the Chinese. Orchids were also regarded as a symbol of power and fortune in Japan. It is also a symbol of respectful friendship in Asian culture.
Cymbidium has a history that goes back to 1900. The English introduced the first Cymbidium plants from the foothills of the Himalayas. They began crossing them, and as a result, other types and colors emerged. Cymbidiums are accustomed to cool conditions. Cymbidium orchids are cold-tolerant in comparison to many other orchid species. Their tall spikes have from 10-25 flowers ranging from 2 1/2" to 6" which last from one to three months. Many are fragrant and their long leaves make them attractive as indoor plants.
Because of the simple maintenance, flexibility and a variety of colors, they are one of the most renowned orchids in the world. With great commercial and aesthetic value and incredible durability, they are perfect for floral arrangements and corsages.
The Cymbidium Orchids are renowned for their long stems of blooms and dense petals.
It is important to cut the stems a couple of centimetres at an angle once you take the Cymbidiums home and ensure to place in room temperature water in a tall vase to support the long stems.
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