Tiny miniature member of the Cattleya genus. Flowers are large, 1.5" or so, and have been ranging from crimson to orange. Plants are absolutely tiny, about 1" tall. We recently had a sibling from this grex awarded with an 83 point AM!
These seedlings have a lot of potential. We have flowered almost all of them, and there are zero duds, all have been large, flat and round. Plants are generously blooming size, established on small cork mounts. Very rare species, we are excited to be able to offer them.
To grow, they will appreciate high humidity, cool to intermediate temperatures, and regular watering. We water when plants have just dried out. Medium light, not as bright as standard Cattleyas but not as shady as Phals. Surprisingly easy to grow, you just cant let them stay dry for too long.