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Cattleya aclandiae


Cattleya aclandiae is a dawrf species found in the State of Bahia, Brazil, on coastal planes at an altitude of up to 400 m. The pseudobulbs rarely grow taller than 20 cm, crowned with two leaves, often purple-red spotted, and a short, terminal inflorescence carrying up to two large, fragrant flowers.

This species requires hot temperatures, regular watering and bright light levels all  year round. It can withstand direct sunlight, provided good air circulation is given to cool down the leaves and prevent burning, and an open compost that allows the roots to dry out quickly after watering.

Plants provided as young plants in an 6 cm pot.

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