Dendrobium Berry Oda

Care tips

The best spot
A light spot, but no direct sunlight.

Temperature
5-24 ˚C.

Water  
Dip 10 minutes in lukewarm water every week. Let it leak out afterwards.

New blooms
When the flowers have finished, cut the stalk completely away. You can put the Dendrobium Berry Oda outside from April to October. Due to the temperature fluctuations between day and night, the plant becomes stressed and therefore creates new flower buds at the end of the summer. Put the plant back in the living room in early October (or sooner if it gets colder than 5 ˚C at night). Because of the constant temperature in the living room, the plant settles down and starts to bloom beautifully.

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