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Stanhopea (nigro-violacea x napoensis)

Stanhopea (nigro-violacea x napoensis)<span class="cross"></span>
Item Number:
13757
Color:
Yellow, Black, Red
Bloom Season:
Summer, Fall
Light:
Medium-High
Temperature:
Intermediate-Warm
Fragrant!

Base Price

$50.00

Pot Size

7" - NOT In-Spike ($100.00)
5" - NOT In-Spike ($50.00)

We have crossed the two largest flowered Stanhopea together in hopes for big, fragrant flowers. These have not bloomed as of yet so the outcome is unknown for color. Most likely these will have red to dark red spots or splotches with some yellow in the background. Seedlings are healthy and growing fast.

 

We expect the largest size to flower as early as Summer/Fall of 2017, and most certainly in the Summer/Fall of 2018.

 

On the example photo, the flower on the left is napoensis and the flower on the right is nigro-violacea.


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NOT IN-SPIKE:
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