Campe praemorsa

95,00 lei

Stage:: without flowers (pots 1.5 ~5 cm)

without flowers (pots 1.5 ~5 cm)
initiated stem (pot 1.5 ~5 cm)
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Acampe praemorsa is an orchid that can be found in the eastern Himalayas, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and in Yunnan and Hainan provinces in China. It is a large, monopodial species that develops in the form of clumps (groups of plants, nests), growing as an epiphyte in dry, semi-deciduous and deciduous forests, at altitudes from 600 to 1600 meters above sea level. . This plant should be culturally treated like the Vanda genus.

Acampe praemorsa blooms more frequently in autumn, developing a very short inflorescence, a few cm long, with many flowers (10-12) in a cluster, placed close to the axils of the leaves. The flowers are small, fragrant, with a smell similar to hyacinth. The plant requires partial sun and higher temperatures, with regular watering and fertilizing throughout the year to bloom properly.

Flower size: 1.25 cm
Fragrant flowers: Yes
It is cared for like a Vanda orchid. Consult the care guide here.

The decorative bowl is not included in the price.