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Coryhopea Predator (Coryanthes Golden Chalice x Stanhopea nigro-violacea 4N)

Coryhopea Predator<span class="cross"> (Coryanthes Golden Chalice x Stanhopea nigro-violacea 4N)</span>
Item Number:
Yellow, Red
Bloom Season:
Summer, Fall

CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix II Hybrids

Base Price


Pot Size

6" flowering size - NOT In-Spike ($100.00)

A very unusual hybrid with unique flowers that go through an interesting change while developing. This plant has flowers that remind you of the famous film Predator and even looks like the creature with the same coloration and similar appendages (Google it, you wil see!).  It has a very sweet scent, and the flowers last from 4 to 6 days. Though they are short-lived, they can produce more than one flower spike per season. In addition, some have hosted up to 4 flowers on one inflorescence so far.

These are very fast-growing plants, and should be grown intermediate to warm because of the 50% Coryanthes genetics. The larger ones should flower the summer to fall of 2017.



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