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Traditional Cymbidium of Vietnam

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    These are my favorite orchids! Especially Cymbidium ensifolium...
    They are also one of the four main noble plants in China. The other three are plum blossom, chrysanthemum, and bamboo.

    Also, how did you get your Cymb. ensifolium to bloom? Mine just keeps growing, but it hasn't blossomed yet, even after a dry cool period (maybe it is not cool or long enough?).

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    love those cyms... thanks for sharing them.

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    Wow! Thanks for all the great pics and information. I like the cym.siense Vietnam "Hoang Diem best! (but they are all really neat!)

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    oh wow, thanks for the cymbidium tour!

    i would pick the Mc Do.

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    what amaizing flowers. beautifull. thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by terenh View Post
    These are my favorite orchids! Especially Cymbidium ensifolium...
    They are also one of the four main noble plants in China. The other three are plum blossom, chrysanthemum, and bamboo.

    Also, how did you get your Cymb. ensifolium to bloom? Mine just keeps growing, but it hasn't blossomed yet, even after a dry cool period (maybe it is not cool or long enough?).
    hi terenh!

    cym.ensifolium in Vietnam usually bloom in the summer to autumn. In this period have more sunlight. I think you can try to increase the amount of light for your plants.

    wish you success

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    these some pictures of cym.ensifolium in Vietnam

    1. cym.ensifolium Vietnam "Tu Quy"



    2. cym. en sifolium Vietnam "Tu Quy Xanh"



    3. cym.ensifolium Vietnam "Bach Ngoc Tieu Kieu"



    4. cym.ensifolium Vietnam "Bach Ngoc Dai Kieu"



    5. cym.ensifolium Vietnam "Bach Ngoc Kim bien"


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    ooh, they look amazing and my latest favourite is "Tu Quy Xanh". The lip is just wonderful.

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