13/09 - What's new in September?

Chysis bractescens

13/09 - What’s new in September?
This months orchid in the picture: Chysis bractescens

We offer you now very nice plants of Chysis bractescens. This epiphyte or lithophyte can be found on rocky slopes and in trees of central America and on islands of the Gulf of Mexico al the way to the Bahamas. The plant consist of fat big pseudo bulbs that carry soft large leaves like those from Lycaste or Phaius. In winter the leaves drop and from the leafless bulbs the short flower spike appear. Flowers are large and have a strong sweet fragrance. They bloom for 4 weeks and longer.

New in our Hybrids Collection:

ENCYCLIA:
Epicyclia Mabel Kanda

MILTONIA:

Miltoniopsis Newton Falls
Miltoniopsis Pink Cadillac
Miltoniopsis Red Tide

ODONTOGLOSSUM:
Odontoglossum Excellens

PROSTHECHEA:
Prosthechea vespa x radiata

New in our Species Collection:

BRASSIA:
Brassia andreettae
Brassia pozoi

CATTLEYA & RELATED:
Laelia lobata

CHYSIS:
Chysis bractescens

CYMBIDIUM:
Cymbidium aloifolium
Cymbidium erythraeum

MAXILLARIA:
Maxillaria hennisiana
Maxillaria meleagris

VANDA & RELATED:
Aerides houlletiana
Gastrochilus calceolaris

Photo: Chysis bractescens

Should you have any questions regarding these new plants, feel free to contact us any time. Have fun collecting!

September 13, 2019 by Petrens Orchid Shop
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