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Old 07-28-2020, 03:57 AM
Orchid Chikk Aussie Land Orchid Chikk Aussie Land is offline
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Hi lovely people 🙂

Just a Question ?
Is it that perhaps, some leaves are getting more ☀ than others ?
Some look green and, still getting the ☀
Others have a mix, of Green and Yellow
Which from my understanding, here that's how they are meant to look,
But these look patchy 🤔
Or are the Lacking something ?
As this has happened, in recent times 😩

I can't seem to figure it out . .
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Old 07-28-2020, 07:24 AM
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That looks like a really happy plant. Cymbidium leaves are this and easily damaged, especially if they are outside, so you would expect to have some damage to some of the leaves. Leaves on old bulbs will yellow and drop off eventually, but they should last for several years. If you've just got one or two yellow leaves, you don't need to worry. IF the entire plant is starting to turn yellow, that could be a sign of too much light, but Cymbidiums love light. Cymbidium leaves should be a light green color, almost yellow, but not quite. I don't see anything wrong with your plant. Is the yellow leaf from a backbulb, or is it from a new growth? Cymbidiums have a lot of leaves, nad they can afford to lose one every now and then, but if the entire plant is yellow and you are worried, you might give it a little more shade, but it looks like it is blooming very nicely, so you must be giving it enough light. I think you shouldn't worry so much and just enjoy the plant and let it do it's thing. If your plant is sick, you'll know. You'll have lots of leaves turning yellow and falling off, not just one. The leaves on your plant look just like they're supposed to to me. Green, but almost yellow. That indicates sufficient light.

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Old 07-28-2020, 07:45 AM
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That looks like a really happy plant. Cymbidium leaves are this and easily damaged, especially if they are outside, so you would expect to have some damage to some of the leaves. Leaves on old bulbs will yellow and drop off eventually, but they should last for several years. If you've just got one or two yellow leaves, you don't need to worry. IF the entire plant is starting to turn yellow, that could be a sign of too much light, but Cymbidiums love light. Cymbidium leaves should be a light green color, almost yellow, but not quite. I don't see anything wrong with your plant. Is the yellow leaf from a backbulb, or is it from a new growth? Cymbidiums have a lot of leaves, nad they can afford to lose one every now and then, but if the entire plant is yellow and you are worried, you might give it a little more shade, but it looks like it is blooming very nicely, so you must be giving it enough light. I think you shouldn't worry so much and just enjoy the plant and let it do it's thing. If your plant is sick, you'll know. You'll have lots of leaves turning yellow and falling off, not just one. The leaves on your plant look just like they're supposed to to me. Green, but almost yellow. That indicates sufficient light.
Thank you 👍
It seems happy enough,
Perhaps, too much sun, as it was hanging,
And our Winter sun, has been warm.
I have three hanging up,
One has a bit more space, and it fine 🙂
This one, and a smaller one,
Have rubbed leaves,
As this one, some how, Keeps moving over 🤣
And I can see, from other pots, How leaves gets some battle wounds, when the are SO big 😆
Even though, the other one smaller,
It's leaves are not lol
Yes, they do love light,
I think I've given it too much . .
Sure it's a back bulb.
I will move it, just to give it a break from too much
It's has gorgeous flowers 💛💛

Just wanted to make Sure,
Just in case, I needed to Add anything ..
Seems I need give it a break, from the sun
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