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any of various orchids of the genus Cymbidium, native to Asia and Australia, having long clusters of numerous showy, variously colored flowers.
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Cymbidium - Wikipedia


Cymbidium /sɪmˈbɪdiəm/, or boat orchid, is a genus of 52 evergreen species in the orchid family Orchidaceae. The new Latin genus name is derived from the ...

Novice Cymbidium Culture Sheet - The American Orchid Society


Novice Cymbidium Culture Sheet. sym-BID-ee-um. Cymbidiums are prized for their long-lasting sprays of flowers. There are two main types of cymbidiums ...

Cymbidium Culture Sheet - The American Orchid Society


Cymbidium Culture Sheet. sym-BID-ee-um. These orchids are prized for their long-lasting sprays of flowers, used especially as cut flowers or for corsages in the ...

Cymbidium Orchids Plant Care Guide - ProPlants


Jun 15, 2011 ... Learn about Cymbidium Orchid plant care tips and facts at ProPlants; including water, light, fertilizer, & other growing information.

Cymbidium Orchid Care: The Basics | OrchidsMadeEasy.com


Learn all about Cymbidium Orchid Care basics including watering, light, temperature, and more in this article by Ryan Levesque, author of Orchids Made Easy.

Cymbidium orchid/RHS Gardening - Royal Horticultural Society


Cymbidium have highly decorative flower spikes and are one of the least demanding indoor orchids. To flower well, the plants need a distinct temperature drop ...

Cymbidium Care - Akatsuka Orchid Gardens, Volcano Hawaii


The most universally grown genus of orchids could be Cymbidium (sim-BID-ee- um). Ease of culture, variety of color and lasting quality of the flowers are but a ...

Cymbidium Care - Orchids Limited


Cymbidiums are native to the foothills of the Himalayas and are accustomed to cool conditions. Their tall spikes have from 10-25 flowers ranging from 2 1/2" to 6"  ...