Orchid Laelia jongheana NBS

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Laelia jongheana is native to a very restriced isolated area in the state of Minas Gerias Brazil.  It is a Class 1 Cites plant so is virtually impossible to import/export.  The flowers are quite large and largest in the Hadrolaelias group (L. alaorii, jongheana, sincorana) The flowers are long lived and are disproportionately lare for the somewhat semi miniature plant.  It can grow in a wide range of temperatures though the cooler you can grow it the better.  It likes to be somewhat wet even in dry season.  Remains one of the rarest of orchid species.   We only have one plant 

Laelia jongheana is native to a rather isolated area in the central part of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is in the group of Hadrolaelias [L. alaorii, L, jongheana and L. sincorana] and has the largest flowers of the group. The flowers are quite long-lived and are disproportionately large for the size of the plant. The keeled throat really accentuates the white lip and amethyst purple petals and sepals. We grow these with our rupiculous laelias. The plants occur on trees growing in locations that are somewhat wet even in the dry season. We know it can grow in a wide range of temperatures though have read that it favors cool temperatures. We do NOT grow in cool temperatures and it does very well!jongheana

Laelia jongheana is native to a rather isolated area in the central part of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is in the group of Hadrolaelias [L. alaorii, L, jongheana and L. sincorana] and has the largest flowers of the group. The flowers are quite long-lived and are disproportionately large for the size of the plant. The keeled throat really accentuates the white lip and amethyst purple petals and sepals. We grow these with our rupiculous laelias. The plants occur on trees growing in locations that are somewhat wet even in the dry season. We know it can grow in a wide range of temperatures though have read that it favors cool temperatures. We do NOT grow in cool temperatures and it does very well!aelia jongheana

Laelia jongheana is native to a rather isolated area in the central part of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is in the group of Hadrolaelias [L. alaorii, L, jon

Laelia jongheana

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Laelia jongheana

Laelia jongheana is native to a rather isolated area in the central part of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is in the group of Hadrolaelias [L. alaorii, L, jongheana and L. sincorana] and has the largest flowers of the group. The flowers are quite long-lived and are disproportionately large for the size of the plant. The keeled throat really accentuates the white lip and amethyst purple petals and sepals. We grow these with our ru

Laelia jongheana

Laelia jongheana is native to a rather isolated area in the central part of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is in the group of Hadrolaelias [L. alaorii, L, jongheana and L. sincorana] and has the largest flowers of the group. The flowers are quite long-lived and are disproportionately large for the size of the plant. The keeled throat really accentuates the white lip and amethyst purple petals and sepals. We grow these with our rupiculous laelias. The plants occur on trees growing in locations that are somewhat wet even in the dry season. We know it can grow in a wide range of temperatures though have read that it favors cool temperatures. We do NOT grow in cool temperatures and it does very well!piculous laelias. The plants occur on trees growing in locations that are somewhat wet even in the dry season. We know it can grow in a wide range of temperatures though have read that it favors cool temperatures. We do NOT grow in cool temperatures and it does very well!lia jongheana is native to a rather isolated area in the central part of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is in the group of Hadrolaelias [L. alaorii, L, jongheana and L. sincorana] and has the largest flowers of the group. The flowers are quite long-lived and are disproportionately large for the size of the plant. The keeled throat really accentuates the white lip and amethyst purple petals and sepals. We grow these with our rupiculous laelias. The plants occur on trees growing in locations that are somewhat wet even in the dry season. We know it can grow in a wide range of temperatures though have read that it favors cool temperatures. We do NOT grow in cool temperatures and it does very well!gheana and L. sincorana] and has the largest flowers of the group. The flowers are quite long-lived and are disproportionately large for the size of the plant. The keeled throat really accentuates the white lip and amethyst purple petals and sepals. We grow these with our rupiculous laelias. The plants occur on trees growing in locations that are somewhat wet even in the dry season. We know it can grow in a wide range of temperatures though have read that it favors cool temperatures. We do NOT grow in cool temperatures and it does very well!

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