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laelia purpurata var carnea

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laelia purpurata var carnea

A medium sized, hot to cool growing plant from Brazil where it is found as an epiphyte, with a single leaf, high in the canopy of wooded hillsides, with clavate pseudobulbs carrying a single, apical, oblong-ligulate, leathery, erect, rounded at the apex leaf that blooms in the late spring through fall on a stout, 12 to 15" [30 to 37.5 cm] long, raceme subtended by a large sheath with 3 to 7 long-lasting, showy, fragrant, color variable flowers with an anise scent and needs a dry winter rest and moderate year round light. carnea ‘GBTS’” Cancel reply. rosea Regel 1872; Laelia purpurata var. 2004; Laelia casperiana Rchb.f 1859; Laelia purpurata var. SUBGENUS Crispae SECTION Crispae Pfitzer Photo by Ernest Hetherington aurorea Rchb.f. You must be logged in to post a review. 2004; Laelia casperiana Rchb.f 1859; Laelia purpurata var. It is in a 6 inch pot and bloom size. Jardinagem. Orquídeas. Laelia purpurata is native to Brazil. In March and April these may be listed as being on our spike list when the buds are just beginning to emerge in the sheaths the flowers will emerge a bit after you get the plant. Plants Available: The plant available is the plant pictured. & Paxton) Van den Berg 2008; Chironiella purpurata (Lindl. Bonplandia Rchb.f 1856; Xenia Orchidaceae vol 2 Rchb.f 1862 as Bletia casperiana; Xenia Orchidaceae vol 2 Rchb.f 1862; Die Orchideen Schlechter 1915; Atlas des Orchidees Cultivees Constantin 1920 drawing fide; Iconografia de Orchidaceae Do Brasil Hoehne 1949 drawing fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 27 No 6 1958; Encyclopedia of Cultivated Orchids Hawkes 1965; AOS Bulletin Vol 36 #4 1967; Orchidaceae Brasilienses Pabst & Dungs Band I 1975 drawing fide; Die Orchideen 3 Auflage Bd 1 Sonderabdruck aus Schlechter Lieferung 10 576 - 632 Brieger, Maatsch and Senghas 1977 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 44 No 1 1980 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 49 No 6 1980 photo fide; AOS Bulletin vol 53 no 10 1984 photo fide; Cattleya and Their Relatives Vol 2 Withner 1990 photo fide; Orchids Travel By Air A Pictoral Safari Mulder, Mulder-Roelfsema and Schuiteman 1990 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 55 No 3 1991 photo fide; The Manual Of Cultivated Orchid Species Bechtel, Cribb & Launert 1992 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 63 No 5 1994 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 64 #9 1995 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 66 No 3 1997 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 68 No 4 1999 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 64 #2 2000 photo fide; Lindleyana Vol 15 No 2 2000 as Sophronitis purpurata; AOS Bulletin Vol 69 No 6 2000 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 66 #2 2002 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 72 No 6 2003 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 72 No 8 2003 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 72 No 2 2004 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 73 No 12 2004 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 75 No 5 2006 as Sophronitis purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 77 No 8 2008 photo as Sophronitis purpurata; AOS Bulletin Vol 77 No 11 2008 photo fide as Cattleya purpurata; AOS Bulletin Vol 78 #3 2009 photo fide; AOS Bulletin vol 78 No 11 2009 as Sophronitis purpurata photo fide; schusteriana x var. russelliana 'Fernbrook' (AKA Cattleya purpurata) + Laelia purpurata var. They were found on a narrow stretch of swampy coastal plain, but now it is known that its natural habitat extends east from Santos and further south through the states of Sao Paulo, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do … In March and April these may be listed as being on our spike list when the buds are just beginning to emerge in the sheaths the flowers will emerge a bit after you get the plant. 4 bids. A medium sized, hot to cool growing plant from Brazil where it is found as an epiphyte, with a single leaf, high in the canopy of wooded hillsides, with clavate pseudobulbs carrying a single, apical, oblong-ligulate, leathery, erect, rounded at the apex leaf that blooms in the late spring through fall on a stout, 12 to 15" [30 to 37.5 cm] long, raceme subtended by a large sheath with 3 to 7 long-lasting, showy, fragrant, color variable flowers with an anise scent and needs a dry winter rest and moderate year round light. Laelia purpurata is native to Brazil and is a very durable plant capable of growing in a wide variety of potting mixes and temperatures. Syn. Laelia purpurata Lindley and Paxton 1852 SUBGENUS Crispae SECTION Crispae Pfitzer, LATEto ORIGIN: From Brazil where it is found as an epiphyte, with … Laelia purpurata var alba "Joao Dias" 1852-3 SUBGENUS Crispae SECTION Crispae Pfitzer Photo by © Jay Pfahl in 1855. Jun 14, 2019 - Explore WT Chiu's board "Laelia" on Pinterest. Photo by Orchids and Tropicals Website. & Paxton) Rollisson ex Lindl., 1855; Cattleya purpurata (Lindl. Syn. Orchid Digest Vol 36 No 6 1972 photo fide; Orquideologia Vol 13 No 3 1979; AOS Bulletin Vol 49 No 6 1980 as L purpurata f werkhauseri var supurba photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 51 No 7 1982 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 54 No 5 1985 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 61 #3 1997 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 71 No 3 2002 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 72 No 6 2003 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 75 No 5 2006 photo; AOS Bulletin Vol 89 #11 2020 photo fide; Cattleya purpurata is an orchid species identified by (Lindl. Plant must dry out between waterings, but will dry quickly in the hotter months Synonyms Amalia purpurea Heynh. These may be sold in sheath in late March to April and the buds will begin moving up in the sheaths within a short time after receiving the plant. It is an epiphyte that is found in the canopy of tall trees near coastal areas, in the Brazilian states of Rio Grande do Sul , Santa Catarina and São Paulo . Care: Grow in bright light and high humidity. References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; These are beautiful plants that typically flower anywhere from April to May. Grow in bright light, water when the potting mix approaches dryness. google_ad_height = 90; 5 out of 5 stars (329) 329 reviews $ 40.00. Orchid Digest Vol 61 #3 1997 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 72 No 6 2003 photo fide Laelia purpurata var. Laelia purpurata var russelliana (B.S.Williams) B.S.Williams 1887 I decided to put it in a large square plastic basket with some coconut husk to hold it in place since I water daily anyway. Orchid Sale Now Through Cyber Monday! Cattleya praestans Cute, compact growing Laelia species. Bonplandia Rchb.f 1856; Xenia Orchidaceae vol 2 Rchb.f 1862 as Bletia casperiana; Xenia Orchidaceae vol 2 Rchb.f 1862; Die Orchideen Schlechter 1915; Atlas des Orchidees Cultivees Constantin 1920 drawing fide; Iconografia de Orchidaceae Do Brasil Hoehne 1949 drawing fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 27 No 6 1958; Encyclopedia of Cultivated Orchids Hawkes 1965; AOS Bulletin Vol 36 #4 1967; Orchidaceae Brasilienses Pabst & Dungs Band I 1975 drawing fide; Die Orchideen 3 Auflage Bd 1 Sonderabdruck aus Schlechter Lieferung 10 576 - 632 Brieger, Maatsch and Senghas 1977 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 44 No 1 1980 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 49 No 6 1980 photo fide; AOS Bulletin vol 53 no 10 1984 photo fide; Cattleya and Their Relatives Vol 2 Withner 1990 photo fide; Orchids Travel By Air A Pictoral Safari Mulder, Mulder-Roelfsema and Schuiteman 1990 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 55 No 3 1991 photo fide; The Manual Of Cultivated Orchid Species Bechtel, Cribb & Launert 1992 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 63 No 5 1994 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 64 #9 1995 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 66 No 3 1997 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 68 No 4 1999 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 64 #2 2000 photo fide; Lindleyana Vol 15 No 2 2000 as Sophronitis purpurata; AOS Bulletin Vol 69 No 6 2000 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 66 #2 2002 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 72 No 6 2003 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 72 No 8 2003 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 72 No 2 2004 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 73 No 12 2004 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 75 No 5 2006 as Sophronitis purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 77 No 8 2008 photo as Sophronitis purpurata; AOS Bulletin Vol 77 No 11 2008 photo fide as Cattleya purpurata; AOS Bulletin Vol 78 #3 2009 photo fide; AOS Bulletin vol 78 No 11 2009 as Sophronitis purpurata photo fide; Orchids of Tropical America an introduction and guide Meisel 2014 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 84 #8 2015 photo fide;AOS Bulletin Vol 84 #9 2015 as Cattleya purpuraa photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 84 #11 2015 as cATTLEYA PURPURATA photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 80 #2 2016 as Cattleya purpurata; AOS Bulletin Vol 85 #1 2016 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 85 #5 2016 as Cattleya purpurata drawing fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 85 #6 2016 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 85 #7 2016 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 85 #8 2016 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 86 #5 2017 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 86 #6 2017 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 86 # 7 2017 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 88 # 6 2019 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 88 #7 2019 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 88 #8 2019 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 88 #11 2019 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 89 #11 2020 as Cattleya purpurata photo fide; f. 1862; Bletia purpurata Rchb.f 1861; Bletia purpurata var. Laelia purpurata var rubra Lindley 1852-3SUBGENUS Crispae SECTION Crispae Pfitzer Photo by Patricia Harding The orchid for auction is Laelia purpurata var.