Phrag besseae

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Phragmipedium besseae is native to Ecuador and the area of ​​San Martin in Peru. In both locations, the plants grow at an altitude of 1100 m on partly shady, steep, eastern exhibition, damp riverside cliffs or moist granite rocks where they are exposed to the early morning sun.

Phrag. besseae is a sequential bloomer and can bloom up to 8+ blooms or more in one spike continuously. Does well in bark mix and top layer sphagnum moss.

*Cultural and care information based on average Phragmipedium care, use it as guide and should be adapted to suit your environment 

💚Difficulty: Intermediate
🌱Size:  Medium to Large
🌸 Blooms: No Aroma
🌱 Grown by: Divisions 

🌡 Temp: Intermediate (14-20C)
💧 Water: Keep medium moist and also allow water cycling. Semi-hydro is a great setup. Do not allow dry out
☁️Humidity: 50%+min, keep substrate moist
💡 Light: Bright indirect (East Morning Light)
🌰 Media: Bark mix, or coco-coir soil. Top with sphagnum moss to retain moisture.

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