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Bulbophyllum Helenae Species Flowering Size Without Flowers

Size: FLOWERING SIZE
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Plant Type Species
Flower Colour Yellow
Flower Size 3-3.5 inches
Growing Difficulty Medium
Plant Size Matured/ Flowering Size
Conditions Intermediate to Warm
Suitable for Balcony Gardening / Home Gardening
Potting Media Coco Chips
Plant Dimensions 10-12 inches
Pot Dimensions 5 inch slotted pots

Helens Bulb-Leaf Orchid is a small sized ochid, growing on trees or rocks with 3-6 cm between each long-ovoid pseudobulb. Flowers are yellowish green with red spots. Dorsal sepal is ovate, concave, about 6 x 3.2 mm, tip blunt; lateral sepals lanceshaped, about 32 x 3 mm, 5-veined, twisted near base, their upper and lower edges fused to each other forming a horn-shaped synsepal. Petals are ovate-triangular, about 3 x 3 mm, base about 1/3 width adnate to column foot, margins fringed, tip aristate; lip nearly ovate-lanceshaped, about 3 x 0.7 mm, fleshy, grooved at base, tip tapering. Flowering stems are 1 or 2, from base of pseudobulbs, erect, 14-18 cm, carrying 5-9 stinky flowers. Flower-cluster-stalks are with 3 or 4 sheaths 12-15 mm; floral bracts lanceshaped, about 6 mm, tip tapering. Flower-stalks and ovary are about 11 mm. The plant carries a single, apical, erect, leathery, oblong leaf, which narrows below into a stalked base. Helens Bulb-Leaf Orchid is found in Himalaya to China

 

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  • For Bulbophyllum Helenae Media Should Be Moist

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1. Colors, patterns, and sizes of flowers may vary due to the natural variations found in hybrids or species.

2. During shipping, buds or flowers may dry up or wilt in transit after packing.

3. Local climate, seasonal changes, and nutrition can influence the brightness and color intensity of the flowers.

4. Although we strive to accurately match the actual colors of the flowers, photographs may not perfectly represent them due to different monitor settings.

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