Cattleya Aclandiae is also called as Lady Ackland's Cattleya. It blooms in the summer and fall on a short, terminal, inflorescence held within the developing leaves that carries 1 to 2, large in proportion to the plant, fragrant, waxy, long-lasting flowers. The flakes of both whorls are mustered yellowish with a variable number of dark red-brown spots. A wide exposed rod, lying very close to the lip. The pollen chamber cover is in a contrasting, yellow color.
- Type: Without Flowers/ Spikes/ Buds
- Status: Species
- Fragrance: Yes
- Flower Colour: Yellow | Brown | Violet
- Plant Stage: Medium Stage
- Pot Size: NA - Wood Mounted
- Potting Media: NA
- Growing Conditions: Intermediate to Warm
Note: Colors, Patterns & Size of the Flowers can vary due to the variations produced by Hybrids or Species. There are chances that the Buds/Flowers could dry up in transit during Shipping after Packing. The Local Climatic conditions and the nutrition given can affect the Brightness & Colour Intensity of Flowers. While we make every effort to match the actual colours of the flowers, the Photographs may not be the exact representation, due to different Monitor Setting.