23/01 - What’s new in January?

Psychopsis papilio

23/01 - What’s new in January?
This months orchid in the picture: Psychopsis papilio

Psychopsis is a genus of 5 and Psychosis papilio is the best known. Nicknamed the "butterfly orchid". It grows epiphyticaly on trees in the tropical rainforests of northern South America, central America and on islands of the Caribbean. It is said that this orchid triggered the orchid mania back in the 19th century. Psychosis papilio is best grown in bright light with temperatures between 18° and 24°C. Water once a week but make sure the roots dry out in between waterings. Every leave can produce a new flower stalk that can grow up to 1,2 meter. In succession a single flower opens at the top and stays for 4 weeks. Psychopsis papilio is a must have for every orchid collector and truly a show off plant once it is blooming.

New in our Hybrids Collection:

Brassia Sunrise Stars
Beallara Tropic Lily

Burrageara ‘Lazio’
Wilsonara Rising Sun ‘Red Sun’

Miltoniopsis Breathless ‘Brilliant’

New in our Species Collection:

Rhipidoglossum adoxum

Cattleya labiata

Dendrobium spectabile

Odontoglossum constrictum
Odontoglossum deburghgraeveanum
Odontoglossum micklowii

Cyrtochilum sodiroi
Psychopsis papilio

Phalaenopsis bellina
Phalaenopsis cornu-cervi var. chattaladae
Phalaenopsis equestris ‘rosea’
Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica
Phalaenopsis mannii ‘flava’
Phalaenopsis violacea ‘coerulea’

Pleurothallis bothros
Pleurothallis pedunculata

Photo: Psychopsis papilio

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

January 23, 2020 by Petrens Orchid Shop
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