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Gongora fulva

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Mahogany, White, Yellow

Base Price


pot size

5" - NOT In-Spike ($55.00)

A warm to intermediate growing species native to lowland Columbia. Long sprays of 8-12 flowers emerge anywhere between spring and fall bearing 2 to 2.5 inch flowers colored in yellow, white and mahogany spots. Easy to grow and flower. Likes New Zealand sphagnum moss as a potting media. It is best to keep them in plastic pots when small and then transfer them to baskets.


Compact species overall (compared to many of the larger gongora), and all plants are blooming size.

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