a miniature Oerstedella rarely exceeding 1 ft. in height, thin purple-warted canes with 2" thin linear leaves, plant freely branches and quickly becomes a specimen, long-lasting flowers appear in mid-winter and spring, 1" blooms appear in dense clusters on the apex of all growths, pink petals with a lilac bilobed lip, puts on a great display.
tall leafy plant that can exceed 14', flowers profusely with beautiful branching heads of 1 1/2" blooms, purple on the outside and orange-purple inside with yellow tips and a purple multi-lobed lip, plants will stay under 4ft. if kept in full sun, we sell them while they still fit in a box.
Repot and keep moist.
Fall and Winter Blooming
Full Sun; 3500-5000 Footcandles (slight to no midday shading required)
Cool,Intermediate to Warm; 40°F min. to 95°F max.(tolerant of extremes,favoring cool)
Near Blooming Size (should flower within the year)
Potted, Moist; 2-3 waterings per week(let dry slightly between waterings)
grows well outdoors in temperate climates, erect thin warty canes up to 3 ft. producing new basal growths as well as many branching keikis which also flower, narrow 2" leaves, blooms appear simultaneously in clusters at the tips of all the canes, long-lasting very beautiful 1" flowers are brown with yellow striations, full lip is pure white with radiating red veins.