One of the classics for miniature collections and beginning indoor growers! This species is beloved for its compact growth and succulent-like leaves, for being resilient and unfussy, and for sometimes blooming more than once a year. The foliage stands about eight inches tall. Elegant flowers with pale green tendrils and a showy, cream-white lip bloom in clusters.
And if your growing environment is just right then you're in for a treat: this plant is known as "The Queen of the Night", because only in the darkness of night its flowers put forth a beautifully sweet night-fragrance! Darkness of night is a key factor in the scent of the flowers, but environmental humidity and temperature may also affect the scent's potency.
Established blooming-size seedlings. 'Seedlings' are the offspring of pollination; as siblings these may be very similar, yet each is unique and no two are identical in precise color or shape.
Intermediate growing. February - March blooming. Species from Central America & South America.
Established blooming size seedling in a five-and-a-half inch slatted redwood basket, with one flower spike, $55.
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