Rhipidoglossum adoxum


Described: (F.N. Rasm.) Senghas, (1986)
Origin: Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda.
Synonym: Diaphananthe adoxa, Angraecopsis adoxa
Temperature: 15°-25°C
Water: Once a week water. Mist frequently.
Humidity: 60-80%
Placement: Half to full shade position + good ventilation
Presentation: Flowering size plant mounted on cork.
Morphology: Very rare and barely known in cultivation. A medium size epiphyte with a pendent stem and 3 to 8 pale green to yellow-green flowers.
Flowering season: September to november.
Flowering time: +/- 2 weeks.
Fragrance: No scent.