Schomburgkia rosea

Common Name: The Rosey Schomburgkia

Habitat: Columbia. Schomburgkia rosea grows on rocks and trees at low elevations in coastal Columbia. Its prefers to grow near rivers.

Plant Size: Large. Plant form is typical for the genus Schomburgkia. The plant has heavy, club-like pseudobulbs with two (sometimes three) leaves.

Flower Size: Small

Flower Description: Schomburgkia rosea has rose colored flower petals and sepals. The flowers are clustered at the tip of a long inflorescence.

Bloom Season: Spring

Growing Temperature: Warm

Additional Information: Provide bright light for Schomburgkia rosea. Like other members of the genus Schomburgkia, it prefers to grow on mounts or in slatted wood baskets.

Synonyms: Bletia rosea


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