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- This brilliantly orange flowered orchid frequently goes by the name Ceratostylis rubra in the horticultural trade. It is small, and enjoys warm temperatures.
- Bloom Time (Northern Hemisphere)
- June to December; said to bloom several times a year
- From a cultivated plant not of known wild origin
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- Restrictions & Rights
- Life Form
- Bloom Characteristics
- Inflorescence grows from the base of the plant and has 1-2 short-lived orange flowers. Flowers are 1-1.6" across.
- Up to 500m
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- Smithsonian Gardens Orchid Collection
- Common Name
- Scale-like Bract Ceratostylis
- [vascular plants]
- Smithsonian Gardens
- Living Collections
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