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Macodes petola (Jewel Orchid)

Macodes petola (Jewel Orchid)<span class="cross"></span>
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A popular terrestrial orchid that is grown mostly for its foliage, this plant is well known for the golden sparkle in its leaves. Hold it up to the light and you will see! When mature, this species will produce a small spray of white, tan-lipped flowers on an upright stem.


This plant has been discovered throughout Malaysia, New Guinea, Vanuatu, the Philippines and Sumatra. Very easy to grow as long as the potting medium is kept lightly moist and the plants are grown under heavy shade.

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