Brassocattleya Tigrinodosa 4N FS 4"
(C. tigrina X B. nodosa)
This is a combination of the fragrant, multi-flowered Cattleya tigrina (formerly known as iCattleya leopoldi) from Brazil with the small sized, fragrant Brassavola nodosa. They are are also tetraploids, meaning that they have twice the number of genes. This often leads to stronger plants and larger, longer lasting flowers.
Grow these with bright indirect light, temperatures from 65 to 85 degrees night to day. Water and fertilize regularly, especially during the warmer Summer Months, but allow the roots to dry a bit between waterings.
LIMITED! FLOWERING SIZE, BUT NOT NECESSARILY IN BUD!!!