Cambria

Care tips

The best spot

A light spot, but no direct sunlight.

Temperature
18-24 ˚C.

Water  
Dip 10 minutes in lukewarm water every week. Let it leak out afterwards.

After blooming
Cut the old branch completely when the Brassia has finished blooming. The branch that has given flowers will not bloom again. To stimulate the plant to bloom again a large temperature difference from 6-8 Celsius between day and night is necessary to induce flowering. Moving Cambrias outside during summer is therefore a possibility. One or more new shoots then will develop. When the shoots are fully grown, place the plant in your room again with normal temperatures and give water when needed. This way you can enjoy the plant again and again!

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