one of the "Necklace Orchids", egg-shaped 1" bulbs topped by greenish-orange 10" leaves, arching 15" spikes are covered with a dainty chain of 50+ salmon pink 1/2" flowers, absolutely beautiful, floriferous and fragrant
the original necklace orchid, 1" bulbs topped by 5" straight and narrow leaves, multiple pendulous 18" spikes with up to 100 rank-and-file tightly arranged crystalline 1/4" golden-yellow flowers on each, quickly forms a specimen plant, very fragrant.
an incredible compact plant which puts on a great floral display, 2" bulbs topped with a single glossy dark green 10" leaf, thin wiry spikes emerge from the center of new growths, the first 10" of the spikes are upright followed by a pendant 8" blooming tip, the 1/2" crystalline white flowers have a brilliant orange lip and are densely arranged in rank-and-file fashion, easy grower and fragrant
a very petite miniature member of this delightful genus, 1" bulbs topped with a lanceolate 3" leaf, pendant 6" apical spikes emerge with the new growth carrying a chain of up to 3 dozen 1/4" blooms, flowers are crystalline yellowish-green with a cream-colored lip and orange/brown marks, fragrant easy grower
Keep moist year round.
Spring and Fall Blooming
Bright to Shade; 2000-3000 Footcandles (bright indirect light,strong shadowing)
Intermediate; 55°F min. to 85°F max.
Miniature Fragrant Easy Grower
Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant)
Potted, Moist; 2-3 waterings per week(let dry slightly between waterings)
clumping plant with 10" upright unique thick flattened ribbed leaves, upright spikes emerge along with new leaves producing an arching densely flowered head of tightly arranged rank-and-file 1/2" bright yellow-green crystalline flowers
Fall and Winter Blooming
Shade to Bright; 1500-2500 Footcandles (indirect light,pronounced shadowing)
Cool,Intermediate to Warm; 40°F min. to 95°F max.(tolerant of extremes,favoring cool)