This miniature species is a great example of one that is tiny yet mighty! Low growing, creeping growth habit with many pairs of lush leaves are suitable for a variety of conditions. Native to Mexico and down through Central America, Epi. porpax is best grown in medium to bright indirect light and intermediate to warm temperatures. Plants will love to ramble over mounts, wire frames or any surface with room and lots of air flow.
We are offering blooming size divisions from our mama plant which has grown into a carpet over the last few decades. These cuttings were made early in 2020 and are growing attached to small tree fern pots
Photos show what flowers will look like, and what plants offered look like now.
|Pot Size||Tree Fern Pots|
|Bloom Color||Red, Green, Wine (Vini), Brown/Tan|
|Expected First Flowering||These plants should flower in the next 6-12 months, in season|
|Light Requirements||Bright, Indirect Light|
|Size Expected at Maturity||Miniature- Will be shorter than 8” tall, excluding flowers|
|Blooming Season||Fall, Various|
|Suitable for Windowsill or Under Artificial Lights||Possibly|
|Temperature Requirements. (Based on Carter & Holmes Orchids recommendations for plant growth)||Intermediate/Warm Grower- This plant can tolerate a range of temperatures from 55-90 degrees with adequate humidity and airflow.|