Anacheilium fragrans (Encyclia Fragrans) In Flower Sheath

$115.00
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On offer a very healthy, flowering size and having multiple new growth inside. They are forming flowers sheath inside, in the season will  flower. Sometimes we send the plant bareroot to reduce the weight and postage. Collected in Jamaica in the cooler west central mountains where it blooms in summer on an apical, erect, short to 5" [to 10 cm], few to several [3 to 10] flowered, racemose, shorter than the leaves inflorescence arising on a newly matured pseudobulb subtended by a large basal bract and is  fragrant [honey and Vanilla]. They also are found from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Leewards, Trinidad & Tobago, Windwards, French Guiana, Surinam, Guyana, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil in lowland tropical rainforests to lower montane forests up to 2000 meters in altitude as a medium sized, warm to cool growing epiphyte with cylindric to fusiform, narrowly ovoid pseudobulbs with basal bracts that become papery with age and a single, coriaceous, ligulate oblong to narrowly elliptic-lanceolate, obtuse leaf which blooms mostly in the winter and spring, but is possible in all seasons with a well grown plant.

Description

On offer a very healthy, flowering size and having multiple new growth inside. They are forming flowers sheath inside, in the season will  flower. Sometimes we send the plant bareroot to reduce the weight and postage. Collected in Jamaica in the cooler west central mountains where it blooms in summer on an apical, erect, short to 5" [to 10 cm], few to several [3 to 10] flowered, racemose, shorter than the leaves inflorescence arising on a newly matured pseudobulb subtended by a large basal bract and is  fragrant [honey and Vanilla]. They also are found from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Leewards, Trinidad & Tobago, Windwards, French Guiana, Surinam, Guyana, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil in lowland tropical rainforests to lower montane forests up to 2000 meters in altitude as a medium sized, warm to cool growing epiphyte with cylindric to fusiform, narrowly ovoid pseudobulbs with basal bracts that become papery with age and a single, coriaceous, ligulate oblong to narrowly elliptic-lanceolate, obtuse leaf which blooms mostly in the winter and spring, but is possible in all seasons with a well grown plant.