|Genus: Arpophyllum Species: alpinum Indigenous to: Mexico|
a wonderful compact member of this genus, appropriately named the hyacinth orchid, 3"-4" inch bulbs topped with a single 6" keeled leathery leaf, 4" flower spikes appear from a sheath at the base of the leaf in spring, early summer, tiny brilliant hot pink flowers are densely arranged in a 3" long cylinder, giving the appearance of a hyacinth.
|Growing Tip:||Less watering after it has flowered.|
|Fall and Winter Blooming||Bright; 2500-3500 Footcandles (very bright indirect light)||Intermediate to Cool; 52°F min. to 80°F max.|
|2659-834||Cork Mounted Plant||Blooming Size (mature flowering size plant)||Moist; 3-5 waterings per week (let dry lightly between waterings)||$35.00|
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