ORIGIN: Found on the eastern slopes of the Andes of Colombia, Ecuador and Peru as a small sized, warm growing, lithophyte or terrestrial with no pseudobulbs on cliff-faces of riversides, on granite rocks, in wet montane forests at 1000 to 1500 meters.
DESCRIPTION: A small sized, warm growing, lithophyte or terrestrial with no pseudobulbs with 6 to 10, linear to narrowly elliptic, coriaceous, dark green leaves in a broad fan shape where it blooms on a terminal, erect, 12 to 16 [30 to 40 cm]long, 1 to 4, successive flowered, pubescent, racemose inflorescence that is shorter than the leaves with elliptic, boat-shaped bracts occurring in the late winter and spring.
FLOWER SIZE: 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 inches [4 to 6.5 cm]
-- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the
Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Posted by Stephen Van Kampen-Lewis 10 months ago
I made a video on the PET method of Catasetum potting. I'm pretty sure this is the first such video like this in English. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/eMXBwGhuT6I
OrchidWiz: Offspring of Brassavola nodosa
Posted by Alex Maximiano 10 months ago
To view the first-generation offspring of Brassavola nodosa in OrchidWiz, follow these steps:
From the Start screen, enter partial text "nodosa" and click "Search Orchid".
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