These unusual blooms have a distinctive, sculptural elegance with their elongate, slender, sturdy petals and sepals arranged along the vertical. The combined floral display of larger specimens can be breathtaking in their effect. The bright, milky yellow-green flowers have deep purple spots over the basal (center-most) third and have an off-white, speckled lip. This is the only Brassia species that takes temperatures down to freezing.
When this variety was awarded in 1996 the so-called 'spidery' flowers of this Central American species were measured at over 14 inches on a spray of nine flowers. The plants offered here are divisions from the same awarded plant.
Temperature Tolerant. August blooming. Species from Central America.
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