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Cymbidium is a flower to fall hopelessly in love with! Moreover, it is an absolute must-have in a contemporary interior. Do you want to know more? Then immerse yourself in the symbolism and rich history of Cymbidium. It’s really an iconic flower.


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About Cymbidium

Cymbidium is an elegant and mysterious flower. The Cymbidium is versatile due to its beautiful flowers, extensive colour palette and variety of shapes.

There are more than 1,000 species of Cymbidiums in total. You can quickly recognise them by their impressive flower column. The varieties are mainly divided into two categories: small-flowered and large-flowered Cymbidiums.

All colours of the rainbow

Cymbidiums are available in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. They are also available in natural colours such as brown and white. And if you still haven’t found something you like, there are also two-tone varieties.

Cymbidium are strong flowers and they will last for a long time indoors;

up to 2-3 weeks

Flowers for kissing

Round or pointed; these orchid-like flowers can be easily recognised by the three petals and three sepals. The middle petal is also called the ‘lip’; a flower to kiss! Insects like it too. They use this ‘landing spot’ to reach the inside of the flower. Mother Nature has given this a lot of thought; she has given the lip a more exuberant colour and eye-catching markings to attract the right insects.

Cymbidiums give off a mild sweet scent?

The philosopher Confucius even called the flower “the king of fragrances”.

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