Sarcochilus Mavis 'Santa Barbara'
This plant possesses the blooming profusion, sequential flowering, and erect spike-habit of its Sarcochilus ceciliae
parent, along with the large flower genes of its Sarcochilus fitzgeraldii
parent. The result is that this plant makes a beautiful miniature, yet mighty specimen! It is common for specimens of this variety to bloom sequentially for two to three months! The beautifully crystalline flowers have a distinctive, pearly shell-pink tint. . Temperature Tolerant. April - May - June blooming.
Orchid of the Day: May 5, 2019