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Orchid of the Day: April 29, 2022
Cymbidium Hold That Tiger
Cymbidium Hold That Tiger
Plenty of charm always comes through in a cross when the species Cymbidium tigrinum is one of the parents, and the hybrid offered here is certainly a charmer. The other parent is Cym. Dag 'Dorothy', a free-blooming variety with cascading flower habit. The seedlings offered here have bloomed arching to cascading sprays of green blooms with a bronze tint, red markings at the center, and a cream lip.

Established blooming-size seedlings. 'Seedlings' are the offspring of pollination; these siblings may be very similar, yet each is unique and no two are identical in precise color or shape.

Cool growing. May-June blooming.

Established blooming-size seedling with one flower-spike, $35.

Plus shipping and handling.
Cymbidium Hold That Tiger
Related Reading: | Cymbidium Culture
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