Displaying items by tag: Moderate to Low Temperature
|WATER||Moist/Dry; 2-4 waterings per week (let dry between waterings)|
|BLOOM||Blooms summer perhaps into early fall|
This Maxillaria's claim to fame is the deep-purple reddish bloom that almost appears as a "true black" flower. Some claim the flower to be fragrant and others add that a mature thriving specimen can flower all year long.
Photo Credit: Santa Barbara Orchid Estate
|HUMIDTY||Moderate humidity is preferred|
|WATER||Moist; 3-5 waterings per week (let dry lightly between waterings)|
|BLOOM||to Fragrant blooms from winter into fall|
A charming and compact outdoor-grower from Brazil, which has a sweet and slightly pungent fragrance. The flower's base color is butter-yellow with fine, dark burgundy markings on the flower's reverse. Recently re-classified as Brasiliorchis picta. Temperature Tolerant. April blooming. Species from Central America.
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