(Vanda Ben Berliner x Vandachostylis Pine Rivers)
A large deep yellow bloom with a moderate citrus smell. Treat as a cattleya.
Cheryl P. earned 2nd Place at the 2015 October meeting of the NVOS.
Angraecum sesquipedale //, also known as Darwin's orchid, Christmas orchid, Star of Bethlehem orchid, and King of the Angraecums, is an epiphytic orchid in the genus Angraecum endemic to Madagascar.
(Vanda Ben Berliner x. Vandachostylis Pine Rivers)
|Photo: Cheryl P.|
|LIGHT|| Bright light to some sun should be given to the plants, with no direct sun in the middle of the day
|TEMPERATURE||to should be 55 to 60 F at night and 70 to 85 F during the day|
|HUMIDTY||Relative humidity of 50 to 60 percent|
|WATER||Should be provided in two ways: in the pot by watering and in the air as humidity.|
|BLOOM||to citrus smelling blooms from fall into winter|
A large deep yellow bloom with a moderate citrus smell. Treat as a cattleya
Congratulations Cheryl P. for earning 2nd Place with her specimen at the October 2015 NVOS meeting.
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