2014:  Notes on Cymbidium Orchid blooming performances.

Cymbidium Maluka ‘Baby Pink’ is very easy to flower and this year it is having 3 spikes. Small cascading blooms, soft pink with white lip in colour.

Close up - Cym. maluka 'Baby Pink'

Close up – Cym. maluka ‘Baby Pink’

Cym. maluka 'Baby Pink'

Cym. maluka ‘Baby Pink’

Cymbidium Maluka 'Baby Pink'

Cymbidium Maluka ‘Baby Pink’ – 3 spikes

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This year, the miniature  Paradisian surprise – Devon Parish ‘Devon Falls’ x Sarah Jean ‘Peach’ is having 15 spikes. Very prolific bloomers, small and delicate both in structure and colour.

Paradisian Surprise - Devon Parish 'Devon Falls' x Sarah Jean 'Peach'

Paradisian Surprise – Devon Parish ‘Devon Falls’ x Sarah Jean ‘Peach’

Paradisian Surprise - Devon Parish 'Devon Falls' x Sarah Jean 'Peach' - 15 spikes

Paradisian Surprise – Devon Parish ‘Devon Falls’ x Sarah Jean ‘Peach’ – 15 spikes

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One of the first no identity (Noid) Cymbidiums bought in the market more than 5 years ago. Since it had been divided into 4 new plants, two have been given away and the remaining two pots are having multiple spikes 6 and 3 spikes. The blooms are greenish yellow when first open and gradually will turn into fully yellow.

Noid - Greenish Yellow

Noid – Greenish Yellow

6 Spikes - Cymbidium Yellow Noid

6 Spikes – Cymbidium Yellow Noid