Catasetum kleberianum (0)
Common Name Kleber's Catasetum [Kleber de Lacerda Jr., Brazilian discoverer of species current]
Flower Size 1 5/8" [4 cm]
This is a medium sized, warm growing Brazilian epiphytic species from Amazonas state and grows on trees in flooded forests along the Rio Preto do Igapo-Acu with fusiform pseudobulbs carrying oblanceolate, plicate leaves that blooms in the fall on a basal, suberect, racemose, 10" [26 cm] long, several [11 to 14] flowered inflorescence arising on a newly matured pseudobulb carrying longer lasting flowers than normal for this genus.
Give a very short rest period with humid conditions year round with light to moderate shade.
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