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very pretty and floriferous, compact clumping plant 1-1/2" narrow bulbs topped with a single lanceolate 8" leaf; short inflorescences produce an attractive 1" lovely brilliant yellow flower with spreading lateral sepals, while dorsal sepal and petals form a hood over the column and bright orange lip
|Indigenous to:||Costa Rica|
compact plant and big flower- stunning
closely related to nigrescens
clusters of shiny 2" bulbs each with a single long green 12" leaf that`s 1" wide, multiple single-flowered 4" spikes emerge from the base of the new growths, 2 1/2" triangular shaped flowers range in color from yellow to pink to dark red, lip is dark red, fragrant.
2" bulbs topped with a single 15" lanceolate leaf, unutterably gorgeous 4" blooms appear in flushes on 4" spikes, the narrow spreading sepals are bright yellow with forward leaning petals which uniquely and abruptly bend 90 degrees to either side, the lip is golden orange with ruffled red edges. (Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant)
Found in Eastern Brazil as a small, creeping, cool to warm growing epiphyte.