Red Nelly Purple Satin Cymbidium Orchid (Mature)
A relatively new hybrid, Cymbidium Red Nelly ‘Purple Satin’ was bred by D. Keanelly in 2002. The flowers have a unique red/magenta colour with an almost royal appearance, with a light border. One of the most elegant in the collection, the flowers are a combination of evenly coloured petals with a balanced red lip. It is the sweetest combination of colours in one single grade of Red Nelly with a mixture of purple and creamy white in the mouth.
Mainaam Garden is said to be Asia’s Largest Orchid Garden that grows and nurtures Red Nelly Purple Satin Cymbidium Orchids in large numbers. These Cymbidium orchids are suitable to be grown in subtropical and temperate regions.
These are mature 3-4year plants.MORE INFORMATION
|Botanical Name||Cymbidium Orchid|
|Variety Name||Red Nelly Purple Satin|
|Group||Houseplant or greenhouse/Conservatory plant|
|Flowering Time||December to February|
|Planting Time||Re-pot in February after flowering|
|Aspect||Bright light, shade from direct sunshine in summer|
|Flower Color||Red nelly with a mixture of purple and creamy white in the mouth|
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At the time of purchase, the plants may not be in bloom so please contact us to check if you require full bloom plants.
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Only a few online retailers can match the generous size of our Cymbidium Orchids. Mainaam Garden is the largest Cymbidium Orchid nursery in Asia that endeavours to provide you with a premium quality product at a great low price.
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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.