Odontocidium Everglades Elegance 'Nancy Lee' (HCC/AOS) 4in
Oncidium type orchids, or "dancing ladies" create some of the largest and most delicate looking displays. Although these orchids are far from delicate in nature, they create eye-catching tall sprays or branches of flowers. This award winning Oncidium hybrid has uniquely large pseudobulbs and puts on an impressive display of tiger striped red and yellow flowers. A good, forgiving beginner orchid.
Plant may vary from pictured. Unless stated, orchid will not be in bloom.
ODONTOCIDIUM CARE INFO:
Potting mix: Fine bark or fine bark and long fiber sphagnum mix. Repot in Spring once root bound (1-2 years).
Light: Bright indirect - medium light. Not picky about window direction but prefers to be within 3 ft of a window or plant light. Protect leaves from direct sun exposure to prevent bleaching.
Water: Water frequently (check the bark every other day) when media reaches dry. Do not allow to stay dry for long periods (pseudobulbs will shrivel, leaves will crisp and "accordion" with too little water). Slightly more drought tolerant than Oncidiums.
Temp: Intermediate-warm (55F min night, 90F max day).
Humidity: 40-60%, tolerant of moderate humidity.
Fertilizing: Heavy feeding Spring-Summer. 1/2-1/4 strength urea-free fertilizer, every other watering as new roots and leaves emerge. Decrease to monthly in winter once growth begins to slow. Run room temperature clean tap water through the potting mix once monthly to prevent salt build up.