One of the blackest orchids to date! Very healthy plants with large pseudobulbs. Grow with plenty of heat, water and fertilizer during the spring and summer months. After or during the flowering season it is common for these plants to drop all of their leaves. Cut back water and fertilizer once the flowers have finished, then resume a normal watering schedule when new growth emerges.
This plant was awarded an FCC/AOS by the American Orchid Society on October 12, 2013 for its superb black flowers and free flowering habit. . This is now simply the very best black orchid that exists.
On offer the orchid is very healthy and flowering size.