Category Orchids

Brassavola Nodosa: My Encounter With Lady Of The Night Orchid
Orchids

Brassavola Nodosa: My Encounter With Lady Of The Night Orchid

The “Lady of The Night” Brassavola nodosa is a PRETTY and EASY orchid to grow at home.Called lady of the night because of its delicious evening fragrance (like Yesterday Today and Tomorrow plant), this modest cousin of the showy cattleya has delicate flowers with long narrow greenish-white sepals and petals.

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Orchids

Bletilla Striata: How To Grow and Care For Ground Orchid

Bletilla striata bleh-TIL-uh, stree-AH-tuh is a flowering orchid bulb species from family Orchidaceae.This plant is native to the Asian lands of China, Japan, Korea, and Myanmar, where it’s cultivated in abundance.The common name Chinese ground orchid refers to the plant’s nativity.The plant is also known as the:Hyacinth orchidUrn orchidor simply ground orchidAs for the botanical name, the epithet of the word striata means striped, a reference to the plant’s ribbed flowers.
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Orchids

Brassavola Nodosa: My Encounter With Lady Of The Night Orchid

The “Lady of The Night” Brassavola nodosa is a PRETTY and EASY orchid to grow at home.Called lady of the night because of its delicious evening fragrance (like Yesterday Today and Tomorrow plant), this modest cousin of the showy cattleya has delicate flowers with long narrow greenish-white sepals and petals.
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