Constantia cipoensis

Family: Orchidaceae

Countries: Brazil

Constantia cipoensis is a species of miniature, epiphytic orchid, which is endemic to the Serra do Cipó National Park, a mountain range in Brazil, where Constantia cipoensis grows upon Vellozia, a genus of flowering plant that’s found in this area.

Constantia cipoensis produces beautiful, very large, white flowers.

Constantia cipoensis grows best when mounted on cork bark, without any moss, in bright, filtered, diffused light, in temperatures which range from 16C to 20C.  Allow your Constantia cipoensis plant to dry out completely before you water it again.  Constantia cipoensis grows well in 50-70% RH, with good air movement around the plant.


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