Pleurothallis tarantula

 (6032) Pleurothallis-tarantula
Genus: Pleurothallis
Species: tarantula
Indigenous to: Colombia

this is no "B-rated" movie, this is the real thing, with blood-red sprays of hairy, fanged bodyless tarantulas` heads; 8" - 14" upright foliage with large light green broadly ovate leaves, flowers generally appear throughout the year on the underside of the leaves arranged in back-to-back rows on 2" - 3" densely flowered spikes, 1/2" scary non-resupinate blooms have dark-purple-haired recurved back dorsal sepal, lateral sepals are glabberous and fang-like with hirsute margins with recurved tips, the nasty little lip and petals finish off this beastly flower`s face

 Blooming Season:
Free Flowering Throughout the Year
 Light Requirements:
Shade to Bright; 1500-2500 Footcandles (indirect light,pronounced shadowing)
Intermediate to Warm; 58°F min. to 88°F max.
 Catalog number:6032_3440
6" Basket
Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant)
Moist; 3-5 waterings per week (let dry lightly between waterings)

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