WSBEorchids

Heather Limond

Website Role: editor

Hi I am Heather and i have been in the project 2 1/2 years. I am in charge of Cattleya, Brassavola, Barkeria and Tricopillia.

Nyungwe forest

Today we visited Nyungwe forest to see the tall tree habitat where we found lots of orchid including Disa eminii which Jacob was able to identify for the moving bus and without a book! We also saw a monkey, sorry no picture!

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Cattleya trianae

Cattleya trianae also known as Flor de mayo (May Flower). It comes from Colombian and is the Colombian Nation Flower this means this orchid need warm to intermediate conditions.  Cattleya trianae is a vigorous grower with two growths a year. Cattleya trianae was named after the Colombian botanist Jeronimo Triana. Cattleya trianae is currently out […]

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