Cymbidium Propagation Myths? – Busted!

Cymbidium First Dance Tethys 'Black Magic' x Last Tango 'Geyserland'

Cymbidium First Dance Tethys ‘Black Magic’ x Last Tango ‘Geyserland’

When a Cymbidium has truly become over-crowded in its pot, you know that it needs to be divided, but how do you do this?  Do you just hack into it with an axe or is there a definitive way to divide; and subsequently conquer. Either way, you end up having a series of off-spring or back-bulbs from your original plant. Your next step is to know how to keep them alive. This is known as back-bulb propagation.

  • Our guest speaker in August will be Chris Scerri, who will be presenting on his recent experience at propagating cymbidiums from back-bulbs.

This session is suitable for all orchid lovers and growers, from beginners through to experienced growers.

When:  August monthly meeting – Wednesday 2nd August 2017 8.00 p.m. start
Where: N.G.Wishart Senior Citizens Hall, 964 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin. (Melways Ref. Map 77: D6)

Early Session: Our early session will be run by Bob Harrison. Bring along your questions and/or problem plants. This session will start at 7:30 p.m. We will also discuss presentation of plants for upcoming shows.

  • Visitors and interested guests are always welcome

#Increaseyourknowledge  #Increaseyourcollection

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