a beautiful terrestrial with 4" bulbs and light green 12" leaves, several spikes emerge from each bulb, erect 3' spikes carrying dozens of 1-1/2" flowers, the sepals and petals are green overlaid with brown while the lip is a spectacular heart-shaped soft pink or purple, easy growing summer/autumn bloomer
Smaller flower ,with great color- dark petalsand dark purple lip; collected in 1977by Andy on top of a boulder in full sun in a depression filled with decomposed leaf litter, in the Valley of San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas
very beautiful and unique miniature plants with 1" bulbs topped with a 4" leaf, 10" spikes produce up to six large flowers, the 3" well-rounded blooms are crystalline pure white with orange brown concentric rings towards the center, large spade shaped lip is white and basely yellow with red spots, fragile flowers last several weeks
like a miniature Lemboglossum rossii, 1" bulbs with 3" leaves produce 2 to 3 blooms on a short spike, the 2" flowers are white with the sepals and base of petals heavily mottled brown, a triangular white lip is tinged with pink
Bright to Shade; 2000-3000 Footcandles (bright indirect light,strong shadowing)
light green somewhat flattened 2" bulbs each topped with a single ribbed leaf, one or two basal spikes rise to 15" carrying up to a dozen 3" flowers, pointed brown sepals and wider yellow petals spotted with brown, the wide triangular ruffled lip is creamy white
2" bulbs with a light green 5" leaf producing 6" spikes with up to 6 flowers each, white to pink 3" blooms with reddish-brown blotches, large flared white lip with a yellow center, long-lasting blooms.
This floriferous species has 4" bulbs topped with 8" leaves, produce several 8" spikes carrying 2" flowers with greenish-yellow teples with cinnamon splotches, the lip juts forward, its base white, melding to a cinnamon and yellow tip
Shade to Bright; 1500-2500 Footcandles (indirect light,pronounced shadowing)
Intermediate to Cool; 52°F min. to 80°F max.
Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant)
Moist; 3-5 waterings per week (let dry lightly between waterings)