Acriopsis liliifolia orchid plant care and culture

Acriopsis liliifolia is found in Thailand, Indochina, Malaysia, Indonesia, Borneo, Sulawesi, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Northern Australia and the Philippines. It grows in lowland swamps and montane forests as well as semi-deciduous and deciduous dry lowland forests at elevations of sea level to 700 meters...

 Acriopsis liliifolia also called as The Lily-Like Leaf Acriopsis, Acriopsis annamica, Acriopsis crispa, Acriopsis floribunda, Acriopsis griffithii, Acriopsis harae, Acriopsis insulari-silvatica, Acriopsis javanica, Acriopsis javanica var. auriculata, Acriopsis javanica var. floribunda, Acriopsis javanica var. nelsoniana, Acriopsis liliifolia var. auriculata, Acriopsis nelsoniana, Acriopsis papuana, Acriopsis philippinensis, Acriopsis picta, Acriopsis sumatrana, Epidendrum liliifolium, Spathoglottis trivalvis, is a species of the genus Acriopsis. This species was described by Gunnar Seidenfaden in 1995.
Acriopsis liliifolia orchid plant care and culture

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 Acriopsis liliifolia is found in Thailand, Indochina, Malaysia, Indonesia, Borneo, Sulawesi, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Northern Australia and the Philippines. It grows in lowland swamps and montane forests as well as semi-deciduous and deciduous dry lowland forests at elevations of sea level to 700 meters.
 It is a small to medium sized epiphyte has small, clustered, ovoid, 5 to 7 noded pseudobulbs and carries 3 to 4 apical, coriaceous, linear, obtuse, 13 to 18 cm long leaves.
 The Lily-Like Leaf Acriopsis blooms in the spring and summer on a basal, 25 cm long, erect, paniculate inflorescence with to 200 flowers arising basally with basal sheaths. The flowers are 1.25 cm in diameter, the sepals and petals are cream-colored, blotched deep maroon apically, lateral sepals fused; lip is cream-colored, keel pale lavender, flat side lobes cream-colored, blotched light lavender centrally.

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Acriopsis liliifolia orchid plant care and culture

Acriopsis liliifolia orchid plant care and culture

Acriopsis liliifolia orchid plant care and culture

Acriopsis liliifolia orchid plant care and culture

Acriopsis liliifolia orchid plant care and culture

ACRIOPSIS LILIIFOLIA ORCHID PLANT CARE AND CULTURE

 According to their geographical and local distribution, Acriopsis liliifolia certainly be cultivated in the warm department. The stand may be right all year round bright but not full sun. The roots of the plants are quite fine, quite however, branched, vigorous and well-cultivated plants possess roots of 3 mm thickness. It is especially important that the tender roots are regular dry. For this reason, an otherwise quite practical pot culture has not so well proven. The best method is to pack several pines, acacia, even cork together, some fibrous material between them and on top, fiber peat and also some moss. Experience shows that the roots develop right lively in the open spaces and nestle the bark at the same time further branching.
 At many natural sites, the plant flowers all year round, it also has no strict growth rhythm. In the local climate, the new one most of the shoots start with the beginning of the brighter season, for example in March, sometimes already in the February. From this time, it is allowed to water regularly and gradually, be regularly fertilized between April and July. Completion of the growth is depending on the start of the drive from July until the beginning of September at the latest; from now on the watering significantly reduced. Soon thereafter, usually around October, appear at the bulb base the thin shoots of the inflorescences, which are slow but develop evenly and usually start to bloom in January. Depending on the general weather conditions, the culture area and the condition of the plant the flowering period between October and March.
 During the winter months is enough for a regular spraying and only occasional watering, if possible on sunny days. At the natural site has the species numerous nest roots, but mostly in the culture only be developed in limited numbers. Windowsill culture should be possible is but not tried.

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