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This plant will provide nectar and pollen for bees and the many other types of pollinating insects.
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Other common names
spider orchid Eternal Wind gx
Brassia are small to very large epiphytic orchids with ovoid to cylindrical pseudobulbs, each bearing 1-3 strap-shaped leaves and often showy flowers in racemes of up to 12 spider-like fragrant flowers from the bases of the pseudobulbs
'Eternal Wind' is more compact than its parents B. bracdiana and B. rex, with leaves reaching up to 35cm long and flower stems to 1m bearing up to12 tall, yellow-green scented flowers to 28cm long and 8cm wide with long thin petals and chestnut-brown barring and spots on a frilly lip
All ratings refer to the UK growing conditions unless otherwise stated. Minimum temperature ranges (in degrees C) are shown in brackets
Aspect West-facing or East-facing
Time to ultimate height
Requires day temperatures of 18-29°C and a night minimum of 13°C in good, indirect light. Provide moist, partially shaded, well-ventilated conditions and water freely, applying fertiliser at every third watering and mist twice daily for high humidity; reduce watering in winter and cease watering if temperature falls below 11°C. Re-pot in epiphytic orchid compost every 2-3 years in spring when plant fills and overhangs the pot. See indoor orchid cultivation
Divide plants with 3 fully grown pseudobulbs in each division at time of re-potting. Tease out roots carefully, only discarding the shrivelled ones.
Suggested planting locations and garden types
Pruning No pruning required, remove flower spikes after flowering is finished
Pests Aphids, glasshouse red spider mite and mealybugs
Generally disease free
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