New! Blooming size Zygo Rhein Harlequin hybrid orchid
Blooming size but not in flower now
We love zygopetalums because they are easy to grow and produce wonderfully fragrant flowers with mahogany spots over olive green in the petals and sepals, and a wonderful blue / purple lip.
Zygo Rhein Harlequin is Zygolum Louisendorf x Zygopetalum Artur Elle.
The flowers are rather fragrant, and pleasingly so.
This orchid's generic name, derived from the Greek word "zygon," means "yoked petal." It refers to the yoke-like growth at the base of the lip caused by the fusion of petals and sepal.
These are native to humid forests in South America at low- to mid-elevation regions, with most species found in Brazil.
The ones we have are mericlones and
all should be beautiful. They stand 15 inches high or more measured from
the bottom of the 4-inch pot. Blooming size but not in pike now. We expect you'll see flowers in 2020. These are relatively new, first registered in 2006.
Grow this one in bright indirect light, in a temperature range of 55 to 85 degrees. Try not to let it dry out completely, but don't keep it sopping wet. Fertilize twice a month. We include free growing instructions. One of these in bloom at an orchid show would sell for $50 to $60 or more, so be patient, and enjoy the blooms when it flowers.
You can buy with confidence. We guarantee customer satisfaction on delivery. These are potted in sphagnum moss, we recommend repotting after the first flowering.
We ship USPS Priority Mail or First Class Mail
We guarantee customer satisfaction on delivery.
If there's a problem, please contact us before leaving feedback.
We'll work it out with you, up to a full refund.
When you shop with The Orchid Gallery, you get:
The benefit of our 40 years experience with orchids
Our customer satisfaction guarantee
Our friendly customer service
The chance to ask questions and get free advice
A care sheet with almost every orchid, filled with growing tips
A quality plant, packed by professionals
A tracking number for every order