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    How i wish I could grow these in my climate. But there's no hope I think. I've had a miniature yellow cymbidium for 4 years now. No flowers yet. Healthy plant though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    How i wish I could grow these in my climate. But there's no hope I think. I've had a miniature yellow cymbidium for 4 years now. No flowers yet. Healthy plant though.
    My Cym Golden Elf is a regular bloomer. There are quite a number of heat tolerant cymbidiums available from Thailand but here it is quite difficult to get them. I recently obtained a Cym Chen's Ruby and 2 Cym Golden Vanguard. Glad to say one of the Golden Vanguard has produced a 6 inch spike and I'm hoping to see the blooms in a few weeks' time. Needless to say I'm very excited as this will be only the second cym hybrid to bloom under my care.

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    I recently moved from Florida to Buffalo,NY.My cym is outside in 40 degree weather.How much cold can they take?

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