The orchid grows on this sculpture: Angraecum didieri
Angraecum Didieri is a small orchid from Madagascar.
Its peculiarity is the large white flower with a long spur, which smells only at night, because it is pollinated by moths.
Angraecum didieri loves bright sunlight and is able to tolerate the direct morning and evening sun, however, in the hot summer noon (especially on the windows of the southern orientation), the orchid should be protected from direct sunlight: put behind a curtain (for example, on a table near the window) or in the shade of other plants, otherwise the plant can get a sunburn.
During the growth period (from March to November) the wetting must be frequent, spraying it or soaking it for a few minutes.
In December-February, the wetting is replaced with daily vaporizations of the stems and the upper part of the substrate, which take place in the morning, to allow the plant to dry before evening.
From March to November, is fertilized by spraying every 3 waterings. In winter, fertilize 1-2 times a month.
Angraecum Didieri is a warm intermediate greenhouse orchid, it blooms in late spring, between April and June.
The sculpture comes with a support.
Indicative measures (cm) with support: 16x13x40cm(h)
The product shipped is what you see in the picture