Eria vanoverberghii


Described: O. Ames, 1912
Origin: Philippines
Synonym: Mycaranthes vanoverberghii
Temperature: 15°-28°C
Water: Once a week water. Let roots dry out between waterings. Mist regularly.
Humidity: 60-70%
Placement: Full shade position + good ventilation
Presentation: Flowering size plant in a 13 cm pot.
Morphology: Belongs to the Mycaranthes section. Pseudobulbs grow tall, up to 90 cm. 1 cm flowers appear with a showy white bract.
Flowering season: autumn, winter.
Flowering time: +/- 2 weeks.
Fragrance: Mild scent.