GRAMMATOPHYLLUM SPECIOSUM (Tiger Orchid) Frgrant

$375.00
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On offer a very healthy and big size orchid which is not easily available all the time. We may send the plant bare root to reduce the weight and postage. Grammatophyllum speciosum, also called giant orchid, tiger orchid, sugar cane orchid or queen of the orchids, is a species of Grammatophyllum genus. Several synonyms are known for this species such as Grammatophyllum fastuosum Lindl, Grammatophyllum giganteum Blume ex Rchb.f, Grammatophyllum macranthum (Wight) Rchb.f, Pattonia macrantha Wight. Grammatophyllum speciosum orchids have erect to spreading, very long, cylindric, yellowish with age, many ridged and noded pseudobulbs enveloped completely by leafless and leaf-bearing sheaths and carrying thin textured, distichous, linear or ovate, obtuse or acute, decurved in apical half leaves that are articulated to the basal leaf sheaths and blooms in the fall and early winter as well as in the summer and have a 4 to 10 foot (120 to 300 cm) long, basal, erect to arching, racemose, many flowered inflorescence that carry 30 to 50 sometimes fragrant, waxy, successively opening, long-lasting flowers with the lowest flowers being imperfect and distant.

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On offer a very healthy and big size orchid which is not easily available all the time. We may send the plant bare root to reduce the weight and postage. Grammatophyllum speciosum, also called giant orchid, tiger orchid, sugar cane orchid or queen of the orchids, is a species of Grammatophyllum genus. Several synonyms are known for this species such as Grammatophyllum fastuosum Lindl, Grammatophyllum giganteum Blume ex Rchb.f, Grammatophyllum macranthum (Wight) Rchb.f, Pattonia macrantha Wight. Grammatophyllum speciosum orchids have erect to spreading, very long, cylindric, yellowish with age, many ridged and noded pseudobulbs enveloped completely by leafless and leaf-bearing sheaths and carrying thin textured, distichous, linear or ovate, obtuse or acute, decurved in apical half leaves that are articulated to the basal leaf sheaths and blooms in the fall and early winter as well as in the summer and have a 4 to 10 foot (120 to 300 cm) long, basal, erect to arching, racemose, many flowered inflorescence that carry 30 to 50 sometimes fragrant, waxy, successively opening, long-lasting flowers with the lowest flowers being imperfect and distant.