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Update on this Thread!!!!

After keeping the Cymbs outdoor the entire summer after you guys advice. Here comes the rewards; spikes in 4 plants out of 5.





(BTW special thanks to @Rbarata for his advices!!! )

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Fantastic. Good job...1-10 rating an 11.
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Excellent work. You've done very well with these. Enjoy the flowers!

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Oooooh yeah!! Nicely done!!
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Yessss... Well done! Next spring you will have some repotting to do. Along with blooming, they are growing VERY well in your care.
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I am not quite sure if my Cyms buds got frozen or what.

How long do the flowers take to bloom from the moment the bud is formed.... I don't remember from last year?
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Depending the weather, it can take a month or 6 weeks. So if the buds are still fat, they are fine. (If temperature was below about -1 C, buds can get damaged... At 0 C, probably ok.) Any warmer than that, no worries. If the buds turn soft and wrinkled, then they are lost - that can happen from heat as well as cold... just if they encounter something they don't like. But Cyms are quite durable. The plants are OK down to -2 or -3 C.
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