Cascading Cymbidium Sarah Jean ‘Elizabeth’ is a triumph of breeding. It offers larger, beautifully formed flowers. You can expect long cascading spikes of 30 or more flowers from Mid July to September. This plant will produce up to two spikes per established bulb. The white, blushed green flowers have touches of pink and are 6cm across.
Cascading Cymbidium Orchids are exceptionally elegant plants and quite long lasting. They flower from 4 to 12 weeks on the plant and 2 to 5 weeks if cut for the vase. These are cool growing Cascading Cymbidium Orchids that need the winter night temperatures (10-15C) to flower well.
Cascading Cymbidium Orchids are easy to grow as long as you cater for their basic needs:
1. Use an orchid growing mix
2. Position the plant in dappled light
3. Keep the plant just moist and fertilise well.
Cymbidium Orchids make ideal pot and hanging basket plants. They will take a few years to settle in and flower, but they are worth the wait and will flower reliably for decades to come.
July to September
Cool to Sub-Tropical