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a compact and cool-growing Brassia relative, this species has dark green strap-shaped leaves up to 10` in length that emerge from 2` pseudobulbs; the 1` tubular flowers are densely borne on multiple, 10` spikes of up to 10 flowers each, and are a startling bright orange-red with pointed, flared tips on the sepals and petals, giving them a slightly starry appearance.
a true mini with 2-1/2` clumping fan-like growths producing short spikes, each carrying several small 1/2` starry green-barred brown flowers with a white lip, nearly always blooming.
robust plant, flower spike is 2`+, spidery 5` to 8` flowers arranged in two vertical rows, green-spotted brown blooms with yellowish lip spotted purple, can bloom autumn and spring, very beautiful and fragrant
Growing Tip: Keep it bright and repot frequently.
another very attractive compact `Spider Orchid` with grooved tapered 4` bulbs and short green 5` foliage, spikes up to 1 ft. with numerous spidery cream-colored 4` flowers with red/brown barring, crystalline white oval lip, fragrant, beautiful floral display, awesome plant
Growing Tip: Grow bright and moist with a dryer winter.