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.
|Genus:|| Ada (Brassia)|
|Indigenous to:|| Colombia|
|Spring Blooming||Bright; 2500-3500 Footcandles (very bright indirect light)||Cool to Intermediate; 48°F min. to 78°F max.|| |
|2638_5717||6" Basket||Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant)||Potted, Moist; 2-3 waterings per week(let dry slightly between waterings)|
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