Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Dimerandra emarginata

Dimerandra emarginata - Plant photo by Richard LindbergThe genus Dimerandra (Dmd) contains 7 species growing from the West Indies down to Brazil at lower elevations.

Dimerandra emarginata grows from Mexico all along the east coast of South America down to Brazil. It is warm to hot growing and grows in low elevation rain forests, blooming through summer into fall.

This plant is mounted in coconut fibre. There are ten pseudobulbs and stands twelve inches above the medium. It was added to the collection from a trade with Alexix Pardo in February.

4 comments:

  1. Linda, acabei de ganhar uma muda.
    espero uma flor linda como a sua
    abra├žos

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  2. Rare one to see. I wanna have it for my collection.

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  3. I was lucky to get it. It is growing well in my greenhouse, too.

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