Mystacidium braybonae


Described: Summerhayes, 1949

Origin: South Africa

Temperatures: 17°-25°C

Water: Once a week. Mist frequently. Less water and mist during winter.

Humidity: 60-80%

Placement: Half shade position + good ventilation

Presentation: Flowering size plant. Mounted on a slab of cork.

Morphology: A compact small epiphyte with many roots and partly deciduous leaves. This species produces a cluster of flowers close to the leaves and roots of the plant.

Flowering season: April to August.

Flowering time: +/-4 weeks

Fragrance: Jasmin scented during the night.