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Worsleya procera is an evergreen, bulbous plant that typically grows 2 to 3 feet tall, but occasionally to 5 feet, making it one of the largest plants in the Amaryllis family. It has unusual, arching leaves that resemble a rooster's tail. It produces spectacular and beautiful blooms. They are large, lilac to blue, with small freckles on them.
Worsleya comes from an area with moderate temperatures and cooler nights. It grows in very extreme and moist environments, and is commonly found near waterfalls in rich soil situated on granite rocksand sunny places.
Iwanagara is a cross between Brassavola x Cattleya x Diacrium x Laelia. They are grown the same way as Cattleyas.
Iwanagara need bright light, and a little morning or afternoon sun is good.
Cool to cold growing epiphyte or occasional terrestrial.
Most are epiphytes, but some are terrestrials with glossy, strap-like, plicate leaves. They are known for their ease of culture and are much in demand as excellent cut flowers.