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Cymbidium goeringii 'Mizunashigawa' 水無川

Cymbidium goeringii 'Mizunashigawa' 水無川<span class="cross"></span>
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Bloom Season:
Spring, Winter

CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix II Species

Base Price


Growth Count

5 growths - NOT In-Spike ($175.00)


These plants are 'seasonal' growers, meaning they take cool temps, lower light and drier conditions in the winter and warm, bright, moist conditions in the summer (growing season). The goeringii generally flower in February or March and are pleasantly fragrant.


Our current batch of goeringii are growing in kanuma, a type of fired earth often used in bonsai mixes. This, and akadama, are the primary potting substrates used in Japan and we are finding the best growth using this material.


All of our goeringii are grown in the plastic Asian 'Shunran' pots.

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