Cymbidium orchids are spectacular plants that flower in late winter and early spring. Once the existing container is full of roots, and the pseudobulbs (food storage organs) are packed together, it’s a good idea to pot them on into a larger container and give them a fresh zest for life. Or you can split the plant, to create two or three new ones.
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