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 (5668) Pleurothallis-sarracenia
Genus: Pleurothallis
Species: sarracenia
Indigenous to: Brazil

this ones freaky, tightly clumping but slightly rambling with thick fleshy 3/4" to 1" stubby leaves mottled red when grown in high light, bizarre 3/4" flowers are borne singly or in opposing pairs arising directly from the leaves' bases, looking like predatory finely pubescent fleshy red carniverous slugs ready to devour their prey, but are really just curved fused inflated sepaline tubes, with their goodies (lips, petals, etc.) hidden inside

 Blooming Season:
Winter,Spring Blooming
 Light Requirements:
Shade to Bright; 1500-2500 Footcandles (indirect light,pronounced shadowing)
Intermediate to Cool; 52°F min. to 80°F max.
 Catalog number:5668_2922
 Mount:  Size:  Watering:
Stick Mounted Plant Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant) Moist; 3-5 waterings per week (let dry lightly between waterings)
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