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Old 03-03-2021, 06:25 AM
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I finally managed to get one of those fancy flowered forms of Cym. goeringii. This is Cym. goeringii 'Da Yuan Bao(大元宝)', with three lips instead of petals. Growing one of these will be quite challenging though...these special varieties are generally regarded to be more fragile than ordinary forms.

The plant came already with buds so I cannot take any credit.
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Old 03-06-2021, 12:19 PM
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I like its unique shape. Are the flowers scented? All of the miniature Asian cymbidium species are attractive, in or out of bloom, in my opinion. The only one I've ever successfully grown has been Cymbidium ensifolium--and even that one was not a long-term success for me. Good luck with your plant. Hopefully it will grow into a magnificent specimen one day.

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Old 03-06-2021, 01:08 PM
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I adore them so much.. may i ask where you sourced this one?
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Old 03-10-2021, 06:56 AM
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I adore them so much.. may i ask where you sourced this one?
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I bought this one from a Korean on-line shopping mall called Xplant.

엑스플랜트(xplant)

They do have English overseas customer service, but you will need phytosanitary certificate to buy one...if you were able to get required paperworks, then you will find several rare jensoa cyms currently on sale right now.


disclaimer: I am not affiliated with that site by any means.

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I like its unique shape. Are the flowers scented? All of the miniature Asian cymbidium species are attractive, in or out of bloom, in my opinion. The only one I've ever successfully grown has been Cymbidium ensifolium--and even that one was not a long-term success for me. Good luck with your plant. Hopefully it will grow into a magnificent specimen one day.

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Yes, it is fragrant; a bit weaker than more traditional (ie., more resemble type species) ones, but nonetheless smells nice.

Btw, C. goeringii found in Korea and Japan generally have very weak scents compared to ones growing in mainland China. Some are even consider to be practically scentless, but they do make up by having complex leaf variegation or by having intense colorings (yellow or orange)

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Wonderful!!! I wish they could be easily avalaible in EU too.
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Cymbidium goeringii Da Yuan Bao (中国春蘭ー大元宝)is a Chinese Cymbidium goeringii. It is originated from Zhejiang Province in China. It is not a Korean or Japanese varieties. Yes, C. goeringii is an advanced orchid to grow and bloom. To grow and bloom it properly, they must be grown in the East Asian Cymbidium potting mix (this is the only potting materials I use). They require intermidate conditions in spring and fall; warm to hot conditions in summer, and cold conditions in the winter (from mid Dec to bloom, 0C-10C, no higher and lower until the flowers bloom).A mature growth (must be 2 years or older) decides to set the flower bud in mid June and the flower buds could be visibly by mid August to Halloween. The flower bud will sit there (3cm-5cm) until the following spring (in March). The winter cold conditions is called vernalization and must be met to bloom them. To bloom these peloric flower varieites, 2 weeks before the flowers bloom, more watering is required compared with the normal petal varieties (so it will bloom properly). Since this is Chinese variety, it should be fragrant. The cold temp during vernalization is required to have a tall spike with the delicate fragrance. If the vernalization conditions are not perfect or barely met, then the spike will be short and it won't be fragrant. Also, when it blooms, you must keep it at the cold temp so the fragrance will be strong.

Since this is Chinese variety, it should not be difficult to get. Tenshin or Chinghua from Taiwan should have them. Many traditional Chinese C. goeringii are very common, you can get them from these Taiwanese vendors quite easily if you do pre-orders. The difficult part is to get the potting materials, the growing spots (I have 3 different spots depending on the season), and conditions for them.

I only grow Japanese Cym. goeringii (all orange flower clones). If you are interested in learning more about C. goeringii, feel free to contact me.

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This summer was hot and unforgiving (as usual in nowadays) but my Da Yuan Bao has survived and sent out four flower spikes ready for the next spring. Now let the waiting game begin!
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let's hope that they will bloom. Chinese varieites bloom earlier than Japanese and Korean varieites.
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This summer was hot and unforgiving (as usual in nowadays) but my Da Yuan Bao has survived and sent out four flower spikes ready for the next spring. Now let the waiting game begin!
These are mine (Toronto, Canada)
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