Cymbidium Suzie Q 'Subspace Anomaly'
For us this plant has reliably bloomed in early October, making it the earliest red Cymbidium
flower of a nice size to bloom! The red color shows its creamy base peeking through, accented by a vibrant red lip, and the flowers can reach nearly 4 inches across. It has a stiff spike held well above the foliage with an overall plant height of nearly 3 feet. This cultivar is a cross between Cymbidium
Sue, a fall bloomer, and Cymbidium
Red Beauty, a midseason standard. Cool growing. October blooming.
Orchid of the Day: August 14, 2013