Kurralta Park Cymbidium Orchid (Pseudobulbs)
Pseudobulbs are thickened stems at the base of each growth in an orchid, usually an epiphyte. They serve as storage organs, primarily for water, and are more likely to be present in orchids that experience drought in their natural habitats. Pseudobulb propagation is most successful you have to perform it early in the spring before new bulbs begin to sprout. This is the natural time to repot your plant when it begins to outgrow its home, so do double duty and split one plant into multiples at the same time.
All our Cymbidiums are mericlones produced through tissue culture in our labs. Mericlones are an exact replica of the parent plant, while seedlings, grown from seed, are different from the parent plant.