Maxillaria meridensis

Maxillaria meridensis is from Columbia, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador. In the wild this epiphyte or terrestrial species inhabits we montane forest at elevations between 1,400 and 2,550 metres. Inflorescences measure 2-3cm and bear solitary flowers. Plants bloom during summer.

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Maxillaria meridensis is from Columbia, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador. In the wild this epiphyte or terrestrial species inhabits we montane forest at elevations between 1,400 and 2,550 metres. Inflorescences measure 2-3cm and bear solitary flowers. Plants bloom during summer.

 

This plant is flowering size. Grow Maxillaria meridensis on a broad mount or in a pot with sphagnum moss as the media. Give plants moderate shade with a little light and keep them well watered all year. I grow my plants sitting in a small amount of water. This species is suited to an intermediate to cool greenhouse, temperatures between 10-16 degrees at night and rising to 22-31 during the day. This species benefits from a mister or hydrofogger nearby. If growing this species indoors make sure that there is enough humidity, there is a difference between day and night temperature, and that air circulation is sufficient but does not dry the air out around the plant.

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