Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica var. Flava

Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica var. Flava

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The Hieroglyphic Phalaenopsis is native to the Philippine islands of Luzon, Polillo, Palawan and Mindanao. It is found growing on and hanging down from trees in the coolest and deeply shady locations of humid forests at elevations below 1700 feet (500 meters).It is a medium sized, pendant growing epiphyte with a short stem enveloped by imbricating leaf bases carrying a few to many, somewhat coriaceous, oblong-ligulate, acute to obtuse leaves. The leaves are 30 cm long and leathery.

Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica blooms in the spring on a suberect to arching, 12" (30 cm) long, racemose or paniculate, few (3 to 4) flowered inflorescence with small ovate-cucullate bracts and long-lasting, glossy, showy, simultaneously opening flowers. The star-shaped flowers are 5.0-6.4 cm in diameter and firm texture. The sharp tips of both whorls may overlap at the base. They are white to cream, often with a green tinge on the tips and have red or cinnamon patterns or spots. The lip is white with a pink tint and the prone is yellow.

 After the last blossom fades, the stalk remains and will rebloom in subsequent springs if it remains alive and green.

Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica blooms in the spring on a suberect to arching, 12" (30 cm) long, racemose or paniculate, few (3 to 4) flowered inflorescence with small ovate-cucullate bracts and long-lasting, glossy, showy, simultaneously opening flowers. The star-shaped flowers are 5.0-6.4 cm in diameter and firm texture. The sharp tips of both whorls may overlap at the base. They are white to cream, often with a green tinge on the tips and have red or cinnamon patterns or spots. The lip is white with a pink tint and the prone is yellow.

 After the last blossom fades, the stalk remains and will rebloom in subsequent springs if it remains alive and green.

Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica blooms in the spring on a suberect to arching, 12" (30 cm) long, racemose or paniculate, few (3 to 4) flowered inflorescence with small ovate-cucullate bracts and long-lasting, glossy, showy, simultaneously opening flowers. The star-shaped flowers are 5.0-6.4 cm in diameter and firm texture. The sharp tips of both whorls may overlap at the base. They are white to cream, often with a green tinge on the tips and have red or cinnamon patterns or spots. The lip is white with a pink tint and the prone is yellow.

 After the last blossom fades, the stalk remains and will rebloom in subsequent springs if it remains alive and green. 

actual plants shown in picture two , they are in 3” pots and are large flowering size plants.

 

 

 

 

 

The Hieroglyphic Phalaenopsis is native to the Philippine islands of Luzon, Polillo, Palawan and Mindanao. It is found growing on and hanging down from trees in the coolest and deeply shady locations of humid forests at elevations below 1700 feet (500 meters).It is a medium sized, pendant growing epiphyte with a short stem enveloped by imbricating leaf bases carrying a few to many, somewhat coriaceous, oblong-ligulate, acute to obtuse leaves. The leaves are 30 cm long and leathery.

Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica blooms in the spring on a suberect to arching, 12" (30 cm) long, racemose or paniculate, few (3 to 4) flowered inflorescence with small ovate-cucullate bracts and long-lasting, glossy, showy, simultaneously opening flowers. The star-shaped flowers are 5.0-6.4 cm in diameter and firm texture. The sharp tips of both whorls may overlap at the base. They are white to cream, often with a green tinge on the tips and have red or cinnamon patterns or spots. The lip is white with a pink tint and the prone is yellow.

 After the last blossom fades, the stalk remains and will rebloom in subsequent springs if it remains alive and green.

Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica blooms in the spring on a suberect to arching, 12" (30 cm) long, racemose or paniculate, few (3 to 4) flowered inflorescence with small ovate-cucullate bracts and long-lasting, glossy, showy, simultaneously opening flowers. The star-shaped flowers are 5.0-6.4 cm in diameter and firm texture. The sharp tips of both whorls may overlap at the base. They are white to cream, often with a green tinge on the tips and have red or cinnamon patterns or spots. The lip is white with a pink tint and the prone is yellow.

 After the last blossom fades, the stalk remains and will rebloom in subsequent springs if it remains alive and green.

Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica blooms in the spring on a suberect to arching, 12" (30 cm) long, racemose or paniculate, few (3 to 4) flowered inflorescence with small ovate-cucullate bracts and long-lasting, glossy, showy, simultaneously opening flowers. The star-shaped flowers are 5.0-6.4 cm in diameter and firm texture. The sharp tips of both whorls may overlap at the base. They are white to cream, often with a green tinge on the tips and have red or cinnamon patterns or spots. The lip is white with a pink tint and the prone is yellow.

 After the last blossom fades, the stalk remains and will rebloom in subsequent springs if it remains alive and green. 

actual plants shown in picture two , they are in 3” pots and are large flowering size plants.

 

 

 

 

 

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