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Neomoorea wallsii `Westcott' x self.
(Syn: Neomoorea irrorata) Large epiphyte or semi terrestrial has clustered pseudobulbs with large, thick pleated leaves. Plants remind one of a large Stanhopea, but actually they are closer to Lycaste. Erect or arching spikes emerge from bases of pseudobulbs carrying 10–25 medium-size showy blossoms. Flower parts are white in the center blending to orange towards the tips. Lip is yellow, striped and flecked with maroon. In nature, grows in shady spots in warm climates. Nice in the 2.00" pots.
|Neomoorea wallisii x self.|
|Neomoorea wallsii `Westcott' x self.|
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