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Orchid Species: Rhyncholaelia glauca

Rhyncholaelia glauca is an orchid species identified by (Lindl.) Schltr. in 1918.
(name currently accepted by Kew)
(Lindl.) Schltr.
DESCRIPTION: Mount this species on tree fern with plenty of bright light, warm to cool temperatures and plenty of water, although a drying out is necessary between waterings.

FLOWER SIZE: To 5 inches [12 cm] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Origin
Add+ Brassavola B glauca
Add+ Laelia L glauca
Most awarded/recent cultivars: Rl. glauca 'Abigail' (3 awards from 2002 to 2006) B. glauca 'Pale Jade' (3 awards from 1967 to 1972) B. glauca 'Berghalde' (2 awards in 2015) Rl. glauca 'Crystelle' (2 awards in 2013) B. glauca 'Donmari' (2 awards from 1969 to 1998) B. glauca 'Arbin' (2 awards from 1978 to 1984) B. glauca 'Isabelle' (2 awards in 1984) B. glauca 'Rio Frio' (2 awards in 1975) Rl. glauca 'Anyara' (2015) Rl. glauca 'Dusky' (2015) Rl. glauca 'Jardin Botanique de Montreal' (2014) Rl. glauca 'Crownfox' (2013) Rl. glauca 'Franz' (2012) Rl. glauca 'Jia Ho #3' (2011) Rl. glauca 'Red Heart' (2010) Rl. glauca 'Elizabeth M.' (2010) Rl. glauca 'Waltman' (2009) Rl. glauca 'Atlanta' (2008) B. glauca 'River's End' (2006) Rl. glauca 'Laurel' (2006)
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