Elegant blossoms with long, slender petals of clear green with a white and nearly heart-shaped lip. Blooming in clusters these beautiful flowers also provide a higher flower count than some other members of the genus, and makes a lovely display among the compact, terete (succulent-like) foliage. To top it all off, this dreamy Jamaican species has a citrusy night-fragrance!
A delightful addition to the indoor orchid collection! For those of us who like taxonomy and nomenclature: due to its' famously heart-shaped lip it was popularly known as Brassavola cordata, but that is a synonym that came later.
Established blooming-size divisions from our mother-plant.
Intermediate growing. September blooming. Species from Jamaica.
Established blooming-size division in a three inch pot with one flower-spike, $35.
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