This beautiful orchid produces very fragrant flowers, but only in the evening and night. It’s commonly called “lady of the night” orchid. It’s easy to care for, and makes a great house plant. Just follow basic orchid care instructions. If you live in central and south Florida, you can mount it to a shade tree. you will get one of the plants in the pictures. plants are NOT in bloom anymore. You will get one of the plants in the photos.
water: weekly (I take my orchids to the sink once a week and give them a good watering)
soil: orchid bark, or sphagnum moss
fertilizer: orchid fertilizer
light: bright filtered light for indoors, full shade outdoors
USDA zone 9b-11