Cattleya trianae


Discribed: J. Lindley & Reichenbach f., 1860
Origin: Colombia.
Temperature: 15°-26°C
Water: Once a week water. Allow roots to dry out between waterings, especially in winter.
Humidity: 60-80%
Placement: Half shade position + good ventilation
Presentation: 1 to 2 years from a flowering size plant. Potted in a 9 cm pot with fine bark grain.
Morphology: The national flower of Colombia. We expect nice round shaped flowers in light pink with a dark pink lip. Color shades can vary.
Flowering season: December to February.
Flowering time: 3 weeks.
Fragrance: Rose scented.