Phalaenopsis violacea ‘coerulea’


Described: H. Witte, 1861
Origin: Peninsular Malaysia and Indonesia.
Temperature: 17°-25°C
Water: Once a week water. Mist frequently.
Humidity: 70-80%
Placement: Half shade position + good ventilation
Presentation: Flowering size plant. Potted in fine bark in a 9 cm pot.
Morphology: This clone should produce 3,6 to 4,2 cm blue flowers. Flowers appear on a short inflorescence closely to the leaves.
Flowering season: June to September.
Flowering time: +/- 4 weeks.
Fragrance: Vanilla scent