Dracula orchids were once part of the Masdevallia genus until they were given their own genus name in 1978. This species are found naturally in the forests of Columbia and Ecuador. They usually produce a single flower however, some are successive bloomers
- Also known as the "Monkey-face" Orchid. Look carefully at the center of the bloom.
- Planted in a 4" Hanging Basket
- Buds will emerge from the bottom of the pot.
- Bloom Size: 2.5" Width
- These plants are at a mature stage with blooms to show in the next blooming season. Not currently with buds.
For more culture and care information, please view the following link on the AOS website: