Presenting The Refreshing Citrus Sensation Of Lemon-Scented Sedirea


Presenting The Refreshing Citrus Sensation Of Lemon-Scented Sedirea

Up high on a mountain top, in Japan grows a beautiful, breathtaking, citrus scented orchid. A small, hardy plant called Golden Sedirea Japonica.

Also known as a Nagoran orchid,  a Japanese orchid, a  variety that boasts deep green leaves and a yellow-green flower with interesting  purple blotches. Sedirea Japonica’s beautiful flowers are highly fragrant, giving off a pleasant, lemon-citrus scent.

In the United States, Sedirea Japonica orchids are primarily grown indoors, where it is easier to simulate the growing conditions of its native Japanese climate. With proper care, your Sedirea Japonica can be grown as a houseplant for many years.

New to Pure Beauty Orchids a scent so delicious every orchid fan should have!

  • Position your Sedirea Japonica orchid four to eight feet from an east- or south-facing window where it can receive four to six hours of bright, indirect sunlight per day. Make sure that the spot that you choose for your orchid is positioned at least six feet away from air conditioners, heaters or drafts that could cause the growing medium for your Sedirea Japonica orchid to dry out prematurely.
  • If possible, raise the humidity level in your home to between 50 and 70 percent humidity to make it hospitable for your Sedirea Japonica orchid. Fill a shallow tray with pebbles and cover the pebbles with water. Place the orchid on top of the tray, making sure that the water does not touch the bottom of the planting container. Another way to provide healthy humidity for your orchid is to place a cool-mist humidifier in the room where the orchid is kept.
  • Check the moisture of the growing medium daily to determine when to water the orchid. Water the orchid when the surface of the growing medium feels dry to the touch.

Most importantly just step back and smell the orchid!

Aneta Zurawski

Aneta is your "go-to" person here at Plainview who will answer your questions on how to best care for your gorgeous new Plainview Growers plant. She wears many hats, and serves as our photographer, plant stylist and nascent flower blogger.

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