Scaphosepalum cimex

Scaphosepalum cimex is a species endemic to Ecuador. In the wild this species inhabits wet mountain forest at elevations around 1250 metres. The inflorescences measure 12cm, emerge from the ramicauls and bear several successively opening flowers. The plant blooms at any time of the year and large plants grown well will remain in flower year round. Blooming is subject to environmental and cultural conditions being favourable.

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Scaphosepalum cimex is a species endemic to Ecuador. In the wild this species inhabits wet mountain forest at elevations around 1250 metres. The inflorescences measure 12cm, emerge from the ramicauls and bear several successively opening flowers. The plant blooms at any time of the year and large plants grown well will remain in flower year round. Blooming is subject to environmental and cultural conditions being favourable.

 

This plant is flowering size. Grow Scaphosepalum cimex on a mount or in a pot or basket and use sphagnum moss as a media. Make sure the plant gets sufficient air movement particularly when gown in humidity above 80%; always ensure that humidity is sufficiently high and give the plant moderate shade. Plants need to be grown wet; I grow my Scaph species sitting in water. This plant grows well in an intermediate greenhouse or indoors in suitable conditions, including, a difference between day and night temperature, air movement and sufficient humidity.

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