There was a problem subscribing you to this newsletter. FREE shipping, $48.00 It produces a very short rhizomatous stem that is covered with secondary stems that are expanded to form below ground, rounded pseudobulbs up to 6 cm in length. FREE shipping, $64.95 Out of Stock. eCommerce Software by 3dcart. $2.97, $3.49 $7.19, $8.99 (15% off), Sale Price $18.89

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These technologies are used for things like interest based Etsy ads. From the top of the pseudobulb flattened a single linear leaf emerge that is up to 40 cm in length.

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In Stock. They have magnificent foliage and grow under a foot tall or so. Original Price $8.99" Oeceoclades maculata, the African Spotted Orchid, is native to Africa and Madagascar and is now found throughout the Neotropics, making it one of the most successful invasive plants.

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Send me exclusive offers, unique gift ideas, and personalized tips for shopping and selling on Etsy. $11.96, $14.95 Great! Discovered in Florida in 1974, this orchid is rapidly colonizing new habitats in the central and southern portion of the state. Search and ad results are shown based on factors such as relevancy and (for ads) the amount sellers pay per click. Habit: Oeceoclades maculata grows among leaf detritus and rocks. They should be grown in loose and very well drained substrate and we think they will be wonderful new candidates for tropical habitats under optimal conditions.

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