Rlc. Sachiko Tsugawa 'Volcano Queen' (Plant Only-Leaf Spotting)

MSRP: $27.50
Retail: $27.50
Sale: $17.50
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Mature Leaves Develop Spotting (See Image)

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  • We will select a healthy, mature size plant similar to the sample photo.
  • Plant will NOT have buds/blooms. May have new growth or spike, not guaranteed.
  • The Mature leaves on this variety develop tiny spots - plant  has been tested and is NOT diseased.
  • Produces Beautiful Dark Lavender Blooms in Summer
  • Average Plant Height: 12-15"
  • Pot Size: 5 1/2"
  • Bloom Size:  4-5.5"
  • Orchid Care Instructions Included. 

This particular clone, Rlc. Sachiko Tsugawa 'Volcano Queen’ is at a mature blooming stage. The parental cross for this clone is Rlc. Chia Lin x Rlc. Haruko Kanzaki. This orchid is planted in a 5 1/2” pot and will produce 4-5.5” blooms as shown in the product photo. Cattleyas are often annual bloomers. This variety tends to be a summer bloomer. However, it is always possible for it to bloom out of season. This plant is NOT currently in bud or flowering now. 

General orchid care for Cattleyas include a temperature range of 75-85F during the day and 60F at night. 40-60% humidity is recommended. Bright, shaded light south-east or south-west exposure. Check the media and water only when dry (about 1-2 times/week). We recommend fertilizing with a high phosphorus & potassium slow release blend to develop big blooms. As with all orchids, good air movement is essential. Repot these mature size orchids every 2 years.

Growing instructions are included with every order. Contact us daily via email or phone for additional care questions or concerns.

5 Reviews

  • 5
    Volcano Queen

    Posted by Enrique Reyes on Oct 3rd 2019

    Beautiful orchid, very healthy plant.

  • 5
    Sachiko Tsugawa "Volcano Queen"

    Posted by Ann-Marie on Apr 3rd 2019

    The plant arrived in wonderful condition. The plan has new spikes growing and I hope to see blooms within the year!

  • 4
    Sachiko Tsugawa Volcano Queen

    Posted by John Van der Goore on Apr 3rd 2019

    Lovely plant. Can't wait to see it bloom

  • 5
    RLC Sachiko Tsugawa

    Posted by Faith Moran on Mar 27th 2019

    Outstanding can’t wait until it blooms. Just wondering when I should repot