TOP Cycnodes Taiwan Gold Orange

$30.00
Availability: 3 In Stock
 On offer the orchid is a young seedling growing in 50 mm tube, sizes may vary. Taiwan Gold, which is a primary hybrid of Cycnoches chlorchilon and Mormodes badia. It produces multiple inflorescences on newly matured growths and bears 10 or more 3-inch flowers in a magnificent cascade. ... The plant is very showy and puts on an eye-catching display during its blooming season in December. This is a very nice Catasetanae clone producing 3 inch flowers in a beautiful peach, orange with a red lip. These are very fragrant as well once they have been open a few days. Grow in medium to bright light. These plants love water during the growing and flowering season and want to approach dryness. During the flowering season and certainly afterwards the leaves will start to die back and turn brown and spotty or yellow. This is normal. All the leaves will fall off and once this happens you can keep the plant dry at the roots watering without fertilizer only if you see the pseudobulbs shrivel. Once new growths begin and you can see new roots forming you can resume normal watering . These typically start there flower spikes in mid to late November or early December and flower sometime in mid to late December or January. 
Description
 On offer the orchid is a young seedling growing in 50 mm tube, sizes may vary. Taiwan Gold, which is a primary hybrid of Cycnoches chlorchilon and Mormodes badia. It produces multiple inflorescences on newly matured growths and bears 10 or more 3-inch flowers in a magnificent cascade. ... The plant is very showy and puts on an eye-catching display during its blooming season in December. This is a very nice Catasetanae clone producing 3 inch flowers in a beautiful peach, orange with a red lip. These are very fragrant as well once they have been open a few days. Grow in medium to bright light. These plants love water during the growing and flowering season and want to approach dryness. During the flowering season and certainly afterwards the leaves will start to die back and turn brown and spotty or yellow. This is normal. All the leaves will fall off and once this happens you can keep the plant dry at the roots watering without fertilizer only if you see the pseudobulbs shrivel. Once new growths begin and you can see new roots forming you can resume normal watering . These typically start there flower spikes in mid to late November or early December and flower sometime in mid to late December or January.