Rhyncholaelia digbyana 'Cerro Punta' AM/AOS x 'Fiddlers Green'

Rhyncholaelia digbyana 'Cerro Punta' AM/AOS x 'Fiddlers Green' - Flower photo by Richard LindbergRhyncholaelia digbyana 'Cerro Punta' AM/AOS x 'Fiddlers Green' - Flower photo by Richard LindbergRhyncholaelia digbyana 'Cerro Punta' AM/AOS x 'Fiddlers Green' - Plant photo by Richard LindbergThe genus Rhyncholaelia (Rhynch) contains 2 species that were formerly included in Brassavola. They grow in Central America and are fragrant tropical epiphytes needing bright light.

Rhyncholaelia digbyana grows from southern Mexico to Costa Rica. It is cool to warm growing, fragrant, needs bright light and blooms in summer. It is used in many hybrids. It is often called Brassavola digbyana.

08/20/2010 - Added to collection.