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Dendrobium nobile 'Sunny Eye'Orchid

Tender Perennial

What is Tender Perennial?
A plant that lives for more than two years.
Susceptible to damage or death at temperatures below 5C.

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Cream and pink blushed blooms with central eye

Masses of fragrant flowers

Air purifying properties

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Height Up to 30cm (12in)
Spread Up to 12cm (5in)

Tender Perennial

conservatory

dappled shade

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Description

Two sturdy, bamboo-like stems crowded with masses of creamy flowers, blushed with pink and studded with a striking dark eye. Dendrobium nobile ‘Sunny Eye’ is a prolific bloomer and will hold its flowers for up to eight to ten weeks from spring to summer. It makes a glamorous showpiece, instantly oozing style in either modern or traditional interiors. What’s more, these exotic flowers also have a lovely sweet perfume. Dendrobium nobile ‘Sunny Eye’ makes a luxurious gift for a special person, or why not just treat yourself! Height: 30cm.

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1 x 12cm Potted Plant (30cm tall) (2 branch) (KF4185)

How to Grow

Grow Dendrobium orchids in a warm greenhouse, conservatory or on a windowsill indoors with a minimum temperature of 10C (30F). From Spring to Summer Dendrobiums should be grown in partial or dappled shade. Avoid strong sunlight as this may scorch the plant. Mist plants daily to increase the humidity and water frequently, adding a specialist orchid fertiliser every third watering.


From November to February, Dendrobium Orchids should be moved to a brightly lit spot and watering should be reduced. Do not feed during the winter months. Keep Dendrobium plants barely moist throughout winter until active growth resumes in spring, in order to provide the plant with a dry dormant period.

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Dendrobium orchid flowers may require staking to support their stems to prevent them toppling over as plants tend to become top heavy. Dendrobiums orchids resent disturbance and prefer to be grown in small containers, flowering best when the roots are restricted. If necessary, repot plants in spring as active growth commences using a specialist orchid compost.
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