Brassavola tuberculata 'Alaura' x self

Brassavola tuberculata 'Alaura' x self - Plant photo by Richard LindbergThe genus Brassavola (B) contains 18 species which grow in all the tropical lowlands of the New World. They are fragrant, mostly at night with a citrus fragrance.

Brassavola tuberculata grows in Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia in a broad range of temperatures and humidity. It needs very bright light, is fragrant and blooms from the spring into summer.

09/12/2008 - Added to collection as a division of another plant.

TRIBE: Epidendreae     SUBTRIBE: Laeliinae