Sunday, 20 December 2015 12:48

What Triggers and Supports Flowering in Cymbidiums

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The environment needed to trigger flowering is fairly exact in many species of orchid. Areas we need to control are light, temperature, air movement, water and nutrients.


Harry McElroy's essay can be read here.


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