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Brassavola fasciculata

Brassavola fasciculata

Potinara Mem. Jim Nickou 'James'- Potinara, abbreviated as Pot in the horticultural trade, is the notho-genus [Man-made] comprising those inter-generic hybrids of orchids which have Brassavola, Cattleya, Laelia and Sophronitis as parent genera - Sunset Valley Orchids

Potinara Mem. Jim Nickou 'James'- Potinara, abbreviated as Pot in the horticultural trade, is the notho-genus [Man-made] comprising those inter-generic hybrids of orchids which have Brassavola, Cattleya, Laelia and Sophronitis as parent genera - Sunset Valley Orchids

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Brassavola cucullata ~ a species that hails from Mexico and much of Central America. Like other flowers in the genus, this species has intensely night-fragrant flowers (mine smelled like lemon pledge all night long). A member of the Cattleya tribe, it has pseudobulbs with slender, terete leaves, which points to a need for strong light to grow and bloom well. This is an easy species to grow and is probably best presented on a plaque. Of particular note is that this orchid has one of the…

Brassavola cucullata ~ a species that hails from Mexico and much of Central America. Like other flowers in the genus, this species has intensely night-fragrant flowers (mine smelled like lemon pledge all night long). A member of the Cattleya tribe, it has pseudobulbs with slender, terete leaves, which points to a need for strong light to grow and bloom well. This is an easy species to grow and is probably best presented on a plaque. Of particular note is that this orchid has one of the…

Brassavola cucullata x Rhyncholaelia digbyana

Brassavola cucullata x Rhyncholaelia digbyana

Brassavola flagellaris

Brassavola flagellaris

Brassavola filifolia

Brassavola filifolia

Brassavola ceboletta

Brassavola ceboletta

Angraecum equitans.

Angraecum equitans.

Brassavola tuberculata

Brassavola tuberculata

Lady-of-the-Night Orchid (Brassavola nodosa)

Lady-of-the-Night Orchid (Brassavola nodosa)

This genus was created from Brassavola by splitting off two species. The plants have Cattleya-like leaves and pseudobulbs. Flowers are creamy white. In their native habitat of Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America where they grow on trees. In cultivation they prefer humid conditions with healthy air circulation. Do not water excessively. Mount on cork slabs or tree branch mounts or grow in pots. Water with care as they resent excessive water around the roots. Grow in bright light (like…

This genus was created from Brassavola by splitting off two species. The plants have Cattleya-like leaves and pseudobulbs. Flowers are creamy white. In their native habitat of Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America where they grow on trees. In cultivation they prefer humid conditions with healthy air circulation. Do not water excessively. Mount on cork slabs or tree branch mounts or grow in pots. Water with care as they resent excessive water around the roots. Grow in bright light (like…

Brassavola martiana

Brassavola martiana

Brassavola flagellaris

Brassavola flagellaris

Brassavola subulifolia

Brassavola subulifolia

Brassavola gardneri

Brassavola gardneri