Fragrant Species Phalenopsis Gigantea

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 The Gigantic Phalaenopsis is native to Sabah (Merutai area and Tiger Mountain) in the northern part of Borneo, where it is a rare plant and threatened with extinction. They are also found on the western side of the Crocker Mountain in Sarawak and West Kalimantan. Recently, this orchid was found in the original forests of Java and is reportedly easy to grow at an altitude of 152 m .Phalaenopsis gigantea can bloom at any time but mostly in the late summer and early fall on a 6 to 15" (15 to 40 cm) long, racemose or paniculate, pendulous, many flowered inflorescence with small, triangular bracts and sweetly fragrant, simultaneously opening flowers. The flowers are 3.8-7.0 cm in diameter, star-shaped and are fleshy. They may be greenish white to yellow, with closely spaced brown or chestnut spots. The white lip has bright reddish-purple spots.
Description
 The Gigantic Phalaenopsis is native to Sabah (Merutai area and Tiger Mountain) in the northern part of Borneo, where it is a rare plant and threatened with extinction. They are also found on the western side of the Crocker Mountain in Sarawak and West Kalimantan. Recently, this orchid was found in the original forests of Java and is reportedly easy to grow at an altitude of 152 m .Phalaenopsis gigantea can bloom at any time but mostly in the late summer and early fall on a 6 to 15" (15 to 40 cm) long, racemose or paniculate, pendulous, many flowered inflorescence with small, triangular bracts and sweetly fragrant, simultaneously opening flowers. The flowers are 3.8-7.0 cm in diameter, star-shaped and are fleshy. They may be greenish white to yellow, with closely spaced brown or chestnut spots. The white lip has bright reddish-purple spots.