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Paphiopedilum maudiae
Paphiopedilum maudiae English It should be cultivated in a place with plenty of indirect light, with sphagnum, polystyrene and another organic material mixed, and may contain some slow-release fertilizer in its mixture. It blooms once a year, when it is nec...
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Paphiopedilum acteus
Paphiopedilum acteus English It should be cultivated in a place with plenty of indirect light, with sphagnum, polystyrene and another organic material mixed, and may contain some slow-release fertilizer in its mixture. It blooms once a year, when it is nece...
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Paphiopedilum maudiae English It should be cultivated in a place with plenty of indirect light, with sphagnum, polystyrene and another organic material mixed, and may contain some slow-release fertilizer in its mixture. It blooms once a year, when it is nec...
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Dracula lotax
Dracula lotax English Small epiphytic orchid found in the humid forests of Ecuador and Peru, vegetating trees in milder climate places between 500 and 1700 meters of altitude. It blooms in spring and summer with an individual flower that looks like a monkey...
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Epidendrum pseudepidendrum
Epidendrum pseudepidendrum English Large epiphytic orchid found in Costa Rica and Panama, in lowland forests and foothills of dense forests at altitudes between 420 and 2,100 meters. It blooms in late winter and early spring with flowers of 7.5cm, lightly s...
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Paphiopedilum maudiae
Paphiopedilum maudiae English It should be cultivated in a place with plenty of indirect light, with sphagnum, polystyrene and another organic material mixed, and may contain some slow-release fertilizer in its mixture. It blooms once a year, when it is nec...
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Phragmipedium longifolium
Phragmipedium longifolium English It should be cultivated in a place with plenty of indirect light, with sphagnum, polystyrene and another organic material mixed, and may contain some slow-release fertilizer in its mixture. It blooms once a year, when it is...
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Phragmipedium sedenii
Phragmipedium sedenii English It should be cultivated in a place with plenty of indirect light, with sphagnum, polystyrene and another organic material mixed, and may contain some slow-release fertilizer in its mixture. It blooms once a year, when it is nec...
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Paphiopedilum 'King Athur'
Paphiopedilum 'King Athur' English It should be cultivated in a place with plenty of indirect light, with sphagnum, polystyrene and another organic material mixed, and may contain some slow-release fertilizer in its mixture. It blooms once a year, when it i...
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Prescottia oligantha
Prescottia oligantha English Small terrestrial orchid found in places of great humidity inside the forests, with little light and cooler temperatures, between 500 and 2500 meters. It has greenish and delicate leaves that can easily break to the touch, and u...
Prescottia oligantha
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