The culture of’orchid cambria is recognized as fairly easy although some rules s’needed for beautiful flowers and prolong flowering.
Often during flowering’winter, cambria offers many colories around the pink, purple and white.
Here are the gestures’maintenance that will help you cultivate your orchid cambria.
Orchid cambria, choose its location:
The cambrias need’maximum light but feared, as most of the plants’Inside, the sun behind glass.
- The reddish pigmentation sheets indicates that’it receives enough light
- Leaves that darken the contrary indicates that’it lacks light
- Red indicates that a sustained’it has too much light
The room temperature is also important even on’orchid cambria tolerates some freshness into the room.
- The ideal temperature should be between 18 and 24 °
- In summer you can if you so want to go out on your balcony, patio or in your garden, to’sunlight.
- In all cases, choose a bright spot, but no direct sun.
There are 2 periods of flowering in cambria, corresponding to its growth phase and resting phase. :
Watering during the growing season:
- L’arrival of new leaves indicates that the plant enters into a period of growth
- Water regularly but not too tired to not stagnate in the roots’water
- Preferably use of’little or no water limestone
- Bring the’low concentration orchid special fertilizer (divide the doses prescribed by 2) every 2 waterings about
Watering during dormancy:
- The drop in temperature usually indicates the’dormant input
- This period usually coincides with’fall and’winter
- Limit’watering at least about 1 times every 15 days
- Stop any supply of’fertilizer
- Resume watering slightly more common when your cambria is in bloom
The cambrias have need organics to support their growth. As mentioned above (paragraph on’watering) should be given to them regularly of’fertilizers but still limited way.
- Bring the’fertilizer for orchids develops when your cambria (leaf growth), usually from May to September.
- Better a reliable assay that regularly’a high concentration from time to time.
- The dosage should be at least half compared to the dose indicated on’packing
Repot and multiply a cambria:
Repotting the cambria:
Like all orchids, repotting of cambria is part of the life of the plant and its root system.
- Choose a pot’at least 2 cm greater in diameter
- This s’generally performed every 1 to 2 year (s) and is essential to help the development of your plant.
- Look at the bottom of the pot to visualize if the roots still has room to grow.
- Repot rather at the time of’appearance of new roots
- Wait a month before resuming’contribution of’fertilizer
- Follow our tips well repot an orchid.
You can multiply your cambrias by simply separating pseudobulbs, just after flowering, usually in the spring.
Make a flower again cambria:
Unlike phalaenopsis, the cambria not bloom again on the stems giving flowers.
- Cut the flower stems at the base after flowering
- Wait until new growth appears to see new flowers
Read also on the’maintenance of’Orchid:
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- Frequent disease in’orchid, mealybug
- Culture and Care’cymbidium orchid