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2770DraculabellaColombia
Genus: Dracula Species: bella Origin: Colombia

truly beautiful as the name implies, a clumping plant with 7" long thinly textured broad leaves, multiple single flowered descending spikes produce awesome 5" blooms, the flattened hairy yellow sepals are spotted red brown and fused together forming a triangular flower with long tapering dark red tails, petals are insignificant, the dangling mushroom like lip is white, this species as with most Draculas is cool growing and requires high humidity and very good water quality (my apology to you folks in warmer climates)
Growing Tip:keep moist and humid
Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Spring,Summer,Fall BloomingShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Intermediate to Cool; 52F min. to 80F max.
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
Cork Mounted PlantBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering;1 or more waterings per day (should not dry out)$28.00
2766DraculaberthaeColombia
Genus: Dracula Species: berthae Origin: Colombia

Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Spring BloomingShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Cool; 45F min. to 75F max.
Miniature
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
3" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering;1 or more waterings per day (should not dry out)$35.00
3202Draculacarderi (inaequalis)Colombia
Genus: Dracula Species: carderi (inaequalis) Origin: Colombia

Growing Tip:Keep very wet & humid, good water quality a must.
Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Free Flowering Throughout the YearShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Intermediate to Cool; 52F min. to 80F max.
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
4" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering;1 or more waterings per day (should not dry out)$28.00
6226DraculachiropteraColombia
Genus: Dracula Species: chiroptera Origin: Colombia

(Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant)
Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Fall and Winter BloomingShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Intermediate to Cool; 52F min. to 80F max.
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
5" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering/Moist; 5-7 waterings per week$38.00
5070DraculagaskellianaCosta Rica
Genus: Dracula Species: gaskelliana Origin: Costa Rica

considered by some as a smaller variety of D. erythrochaete, small plant up to 4" high with a 6" descending spike producing up to 4 flowers which open successively, the pubescent rounded fused sepals are white and finely spotted purple, producing a triangular shaped slightly cupped 3" bloom with dark red/purple tails, small spoon shaped lip is white to blush, this is a good beginner's Dracula.(able to tolerate slightly warmer temperatures)
Growing Tip:keep moist and humid.
Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Summer BloomingShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Intermediate to Cool; 52F min. to 80F max.
Miniature
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
4" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering;1 or more waterings per day (should not dry out)$25.00
3198DraculahoutteanaColombia
Genus: Dracula Species: houtteana Origin: Colombia

a cluster of 8" foliage similar to Masdevallia although the leaves are thinner-textured, many basal 6" spikes emerge horizontally and hang downwards, each spike produces up to 6 flowers in succession over several months, the three dark purple tails are 2 1/2" long, the white body of the flower is heavily pubescent with an orange base and pink lip, floriferous, needs moisture
Growing Tip:Keep moist year round, use good water.
Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Winter,Spring BloomingShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Intermediate to Cool; 52F min. to 80F max.
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
4" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering/Moist; 5-7 waterings per week$24.00
7818Draculahybrid (bella x nycterina)Colombia
Genus: Dracula Species: hybrid (bella x nycterina) Origin: Colombia

Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Free Flowering Throughout the YearBright; 2500-3500 Footcandles (very bright indirect light)Intermediate to Cool; 52F min. to 80F max.
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
4" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering;1 or more waterings per day (should not dry out)$30.00
2769DraculalotaxEcuador
Genus: Dracula Species: lotax Origin: Ecuador

a miniature commonly known as the Clown Orchid, narrow clumping leaves are 3" tall, many short horizontal basal spikes carry a single 2-1/2" flower, the white sepals with long red tails are fused together at the base forming a face which is covered with dense short white hairs, the shrunken dark tipped petals form eyes around the column and lip which together look like a nose and mouth
Growing Tip:Keep moist year round, needs good water.
Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Variable Blooming SeasonShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Intermediate; 55F min. to 85F max.
Miniature Vivarium
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
3" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering/Moist; 5-7 waterings per week$18.00
5443DraculamopsusPanama
Genus: Dracula Species: mopsus Origin: Panama

Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Free Flowering Throughout the YearShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Warm,Intermediate to Cool;45F min. to 98F max.(tolerant of extremes,favoring warm)
Easy Grower Vivarium
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
4" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering/Moist; 5-7 waterings per week$24.00
6760DraculaniesseniaeColombia
Genus: Dracula Species: niesseniae Origin: Colombia

a fine orchid with beautiful contrasting flowers, clumping 6" paddle-shaped leaves, short infloresences appear from the sides of the basket, 1" blooms tilt slightly down with 2" long reddish tails, the fused tepals are triangular in shape, very finely hirsute, white and centrally spotted with dark red, tiny club-like petals are reddish-orange, minute lip is white, one of the few Draculas producing more than one open flower at a time per spike
Blooming Season:Light:Temperature:Deciduous:
Winter,Spring BloomingShade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)Intermediate; 55F min. to 85F max.
Mount:Size:Watering:Price:
4" BasketBlooming Size (mature flowering size plant)Daily Watering/Moist; 5-7 waterings per week$28.00

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