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Easy to grow | Mounted Brassavola orchid | Live orchids | Indoor live plants | Topical life | Rare houseplants
Enanthleya Golden Sunburst “Exotic Orchids” AM/AOS is very fragrant and makes a good plant lover gift.
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Weight 1 lbs
Enanthleya Golden Sunburst “Exotic Orchids” AM/AOS an orchid hybrid originated by G.Takasaki in 2008. It is a cross of E. rufa x Ctt. Gold Digger. Very fragrant and makes a good plant lover gift. Brassavola orchids typically like fairly strong, bright light, even with some direct sunlight. The tubular leaves on Brassavola are designed to reduce water transpiration, making them more drought tolerant than many other orchids.
This is a small, healthy plant shipped on cork bark and not currently in spike/bloom.
The first photo is a representative of the flowers. The other photos are representative of the plant for sale.
Note: Orchids grown from seed have unique flowers and are not exactly like each other. To have an exact flower you need to have a division or clone of the flower you are looking for.
Benefits or mounting
► Many epiphytic orchids/Hoyas grow on tree branches in their natural habitats.
► Mounting them would be following nature’s way – while potting them will confine their roots.
► Many orchid species have their flowers hanging from their stems which provides the best moisture conditions, preventing water from collecting at the roots.
► Mounting gives a more natural look to your orchid.
► Orchids/Hoyas that grow quickly need frequent repotting since they outgrow their pots, mounted orchids can last several years on their slab.
Things to consider with mounted orchids
► Mounted orchids/Hoyas require additional time to take care of them.
► Compared to potted orchids/Hoyas, mounted plants’ roots dry out more quickly. You need to water them more frequently.
► They need more humidity in the air, which means you should spend some time every day watering your plants.