What a fabulous species! Brassavola cucullata is (in my opinion) the most interesting species in the genus with slender, terete leaves that droop and fantastic, starry flowers with frilled lips! What's better? Yes, they're fragrant! Due to their droopy nature, these are best for basket or mounted culture. We have these available as near blooming size seedlings in either 2'' pots or mounted on cork bark or ecoweb. First blooms expected within 18 months.
- Leaf span: 12''
- Light: Bright to very bright, 2500-4000 foot candles
- Water: Dry between
- Temperature: Intermediate to warm, 55F nights to 90F days
- Fragrance: Yes