Clustered Flowers Orchid. Epidendrum is a diverse neotropical genus that has flowers characterized by a frilly or fringed lip. This feature is occasionally diagnostic to distinguish between species. These orchids are widely cultivated and may be hybridized with Sophronitis, another South American genus. The flowers are usually small and delicately colored, and borne on a dense inflorescence. Many species have a fragrance. These well established plants are a red raspberry color. See video about Ground Orchids.
Chocolate Raspberry, Pseuderanthemum Iguana Mia. Tri-color... more
Pseuderanthemum x carruthersii Chocolate Raspberry (Tricolor)
Chocolate Raspberry, Pseuderanthemum Iguana Mia. Tri-color hybrid of Black Varnish that has an amazing combination of purple, dark green, and black colors of the leaves. Leaves change color as they mature and also depending on light and season. Spikes of spectacular deep mauve flowers sprinkled with pink from Winter to Spring. The plant may flower several times a year. If grown in filtered light, leaves get larger and darker. A must for every tropical plant collection, it can be easily grown as a house plant.