Encyclia pentotis

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Encyclia pentotis, now known as Anacheilium baculus. Well established 2-3 pseudobulb division with at least one new growth since repotting (for a total of at least 3 pseudobulbs). 

I think this is one of the most beautiful flowers in the Encyclia "alliance".  To me they look almost angelic. 2 Flowers are produced back to back one a 1-4" stem. Flowers are Approx 2" across. They have a strong, rich fragrance (I'd call it peppery honey/jasmine). This is one of our favorite fragrant species! Blooms late spring-early summer.

Care: Intermediate-warm temps and bright indirect light. Regular watering and fertilizer spring-fall and dry periods and between light waterings with no fertilizer in the winter.

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Encyclia pentotis, now known as Anacheilium baculus. Well established 2-3 pseudobulb division with at least one new growth since repotting... Read more

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    Description

    Encyclia pentotis, now known as Anacheilium baculus. Well established 2-3 pseudobulb division with at least one new growth since repotting (for a total of at least 3 pseudobulbs). 

    I think this is one of the most beautiful flowers in the Encyclia "alliance".  To me they look almost angelic. 2 Flowers are produced back to back one a 1-4" stem. Flowers are Approx 2" across. They have a strong, rich fragrance (I'd call it peppery honey/jasmine). This is one of our favorite fragrant species! Blooms late spring-early summer.

    Care: Intermediate-warm temps and bright indirect light. Regular watering and fertilizer spring-fall and dry periods and between light waterings with no fertilizer in the winter.

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