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|Genus: Sedirea (Aerides) Species: japonica Origin: Japan|
a marvelously fragrant flower, very hardy and compact plant similar to a small and thicker-leafed Phalaenopsis with thick white roots, basal spikes reaching 7" each carrying up to a dozen 1 1/2" flowers, rounded sepals and petals are creamy white spotted with rose, the lip is white with rose markings, free-flowering and particularly spectacular in spring, easy grower.
|Growing Tip:||Tolerates wide temperature and watering habits.|
|Free Flowering Throughout the Year||Shade; 500-1500 Footcandles (indirect low light,slight shadowing)||Cool,Intermediate to Warm; 40°F min. to 95°F max.(tolerant of extremes,favoring cool)|
|Miniature Fragrant Easy Grower|
|Stick or Cork Mounted Plant||Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant)||Moist; 3-5 waterings per week (let dry lightly between waterings)||$20.00|
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