Prosthechea brassavolae grows in central America and in our greenhouse in warm America. It is found at 900-2500 meters in wet pine-oak forest. Its flowers are faintly fragrant. It is the orchid on our logo.
Prosthechea fragrans grows in central and south America from lowland tropical rainforest to lower montane forests up to 2000 meters. In our greenhouse it is found in warm America. Its common name is ‘The fragrant Prosthechea’.
Prosthechea prismatocarpa grows in central America, in low cloud forest on large tree branches, and is found in our greenhouse in warm America. Its common name is ‘Prism-Shaped Seedpod Prosthechea’. It has long lasting, waxy, fragrant flowers.
Prosthechea radiata is found in central and south America, and in our greenhouses grows in warm America. It is fragrant, heavy textured, and easy to grow with lovely cockleshell flowers. Its common name is ‘Lined Petal Prosthechea’
Prosthechea bulbosa comes from central America and we grow it in Warm America. You may have noticed from the picture that it is another upside down orchid. It has many small, long lasting flowers that are very fragrant, smelling of lime.