condition: excellent make / manufacturer: Mother Gaia model name / number: Epidendrum Cattleya size / dimensions: 3 x 4 feet
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I have an excellent and colorful plant for you. Every branch of this beauty has a cluster of blossoms. Even in the middle of winter, my plant busts out with gorgeous clusters of tiny orchids!
My Epidendrum Orchid Plants is prolific!... about 4 feet high. Red orange flowers with yellow centers grace the container. Currently it has a couple dozen clusters or more in different stages of bloom. It is a mother lode spreading about 3 feet in space! It also has keikis (offshoots which can be cut and replanted).
Italian Ceramic container with dedicated saucer is 12" tall with a mouth 12" wide.
This plant lives in full sun. Just came if for the photo shoot. It can live in shade/passing sunlight.
This plant lives outdoors in full sunshine (it can live in shade too). It is very healthy and happy, requiring very little care. These orchids actually thrive on neglect!! So this is a good first time plant to care for. Free of mealy bugs, spider mites and scale. Is a perfectly happy plant as I use only natural plant food, worm castings and organic soil. You will not import any toxins into your home! I have cared for this plant for years now and it can now grace your garden.
The terracotta colored hard plastic container is approximately 15 inches tall with a mouth 15" wide.
Cash only $135. Firm. What a good deal because it takes a very long time (years!) to get a plant like this to spread out this far!
Please email your interest or text 424 two six one 4234.
Below is a description of the plant and its care.
Mexican-native, Epidendrum orchids are popularly known as the "Poor Man's Orchids" because they are one of the easiest orchids to grow. They produce delicate cattleya-shaped blooms in a spherical head with as many as 40 flowers at a time.
Epidendrums are so easy to propagate, producing keikis or baby plants that can be detached and replanted. They proliferate without much coaxing that in some parts of South America, they are even considered as weeds. They can thrive in temperatures in the 100 degrees as well as continue growing until it's freezing. They grow tall and can get top-heavy, thus need to be staked or perhaps grown against a wall. Grown outdoors in direct sunlight, they can usually support themselves.
We take very good care of our stuff and pass our high standards to your benefit. This plant is ready to grace your home, office or patio.
Cash $153. FIRM.
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