Cambria

Cambria

Cambria is a very special orchid that you will not find in the wild! By crossing different varieties of orchid, Charles Vuylsteke developed the first Cambria around 1900. With its unusual, colourful flowers, Cambria is a stunning object. Its flowers can resemble violets, but slender forms sometimes appear from the tiny buds. Some varieties have a heavenly scent. You can also enjoy them on the terrace, as long as the temperature stays above 9 degrees. If you immerse the pot plant once a week for 10 minutes in water and give it some orchid food once a month, you can enjoy its stunning flowers for six weeks. And if you care for it lovingly, it will even occasionally produce new spikes (after 5 to 10 months). The grower of this product: Duijn-Hove.

Care tips

Good light, but no bright sunlight.
Ideal temperature ± 20 ºC.
Keep damp, compost must not dry out.
Do not leave excess water in saucer/dish.
Apply fertiliser once a month.
Immerse plant in water if it becomes dry.
Flowers several times a year.
After flowering the stem should be cut back to 20 cm above the soil.
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