Cattleya lawrenceana Concolor Orchid Species Beautiful Flowers 2” Potted
USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 13 (> 60 °F)
Sunlight: Partial Shade, Full Shade
Aspect: East-facing, North-facing
Soil Type: Bark
Season of Interest: Summer
Climate: Sub-tropical, Temperate, Tropical
FROM THE GROWER: “Rare variety and truly amazing cultivar. Vigorous growths produce huge dense clusters of beautiful concolor soft-pink flowers. C. lawrenceana is not typical of other labiate cattleyas, with its tall slender bulbs, and many flowers with the tube-like lips. We had another concolor one "˜Natural World™ that we used to sell, but was kind of a pain to grow, and only produced small heads of flowers. This one is strong and easy-growing and puts on a tremendous display. Perhaps it is a polyploid cultivar. Some albas might also result from this selfing.