Rhynchovola David Sander 4" NFS
Rhynchovola David Sander
(Rhyncholaelia digbyana X B. nodosa)
Fragrant flowers (nocturnal) are from about 4-6.5" across occurring singly on semi-pendant stems mostly in the Summer. Our plants are growing in a medium grade of New Zealand pine bark and though is has shown itself to last longer the fir bark i should not be allowed to become broken down before repotting is considered.
The plants are best grown in bright indirect light with temperature from 60+ to 85 degrees night to day. Regular watering and fertilizing (see ours in the "Supplies" section), but allow the roots to dry some between waterings
BLOOMING SIZE, UT NOT CURRENTLY IN SPIKE OR BLOOM!!