Hard-to-find Paph acmodontum species orchid in bud now
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These can be very hard to find, especially in bud. Paph acmodontum is a somewhat hard to find species from the Philippines and another one of our favorite species, and one look at the picture of the flower tells you why -- wonderful pinks, stripes, spots, everything we love.
It's a compact, mottled-leaf warm-grower, perfect for those short on space.
These tend to be spring bloomers, and mature plants can have multiple flowers. The ones we have are first-time bloomers.
These are in 3.5 inch pots -- do not repot until the flowers come and go.
These are easy to grow -- relatively low light, keep from drying out completely, fertilize weakly (3-3-3) every three or four weeks.
The first picture shows a typical flower; the second shot is the kind of plant you are purchasing. In bud now.
We have a bunch of these and we'll pick out a nice one for you.
And we include free growing instructions.
The judges described one recent award winner this way: "Two flowers on two inflorescences; dorsal sepal white, flushed violet basally, with amethyst and green veins; synsepal the same; petals dark amethyst on distal half, proximal half lime green with maroon spots; pouch moss green with brownishoverlay marginally; substance firm; texture glossy."
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