Masdevallia strobelii

Masdevallia strobelii is endemic to Ecuador. In the wild this species grows in damp shaded forest as an epiphyte at elevations between 1,400-1,700 metres. Inflorescences measure 3-5cm and bear single flowers. The plant blooms during the winter.

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Masdevallia strobelii is endemic to Ecuador. In the wild this species grows in damp shaded forest as an epiphyte at elevations between 1,400-1,700 metres. Inflorescences measure 3-5cm and bear single flowers. The plant blooms during the winter.

This plant is flowering size. Grow Masdevallia strobelii in a pot with a sphagnum moss media. Grow in moderate shade, and keep it evenly watered all year. I grow my Masdevallia sitting in water but allow air movement to prevent rotting new growths. This species likes an intermediate greenhouse with night time low temperatures of 13-16 degrees and daytime temperatures of 24-28 degrees. Plants will grow indoors if cool night time temperatures, sufficient humidity and air circulation are provided.

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