Sarcoglyphis mirabilis


epacket estimated delivery date: August 5th - August 15th

4 in stock


Sarcoglyphis mirabilis

Quantity: 1 Plant
Size: Blooming size in 1″ pot size is miniature orchid

Information about Sarcoglyphis mirabilis

Sarcoglyphis mirabilis, also known as the Wonderful Sarcoglyphis, is a miniature-sized, monopodial, hot-growing epiphyte native to Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. It is found in evergreen lowland forests at elevations around 200 to 300 meters.

Sarcoglyphis mirabilis has a short stem with ligulate, obtuse, bilobed apically leaves. It blooms in the spring on an axillary, lateral, paniculate inflorescence that is 1 3/4 inches (4.5 cm) long and bears several to many flowers. The flowers are small, measuring about 2/5 inches (1 cm) in diameter.

Sarcoglyphis mirabilis is a relatively easy orchid to grow. It requires warm temperatures and high humidity. It can be grown in a variety of potting media, but it is important to use a well-draining medium. Sarcoglyphis mirabilis should be watered regularly, but it is important to avoid overwatering.

Sarcoglyphis mirabilis is a beautiful and rewarding orchid to grow. Its small, delicate flowers are a beautiful addition to any orchid collection.

Here is a more detailed description of Sarcoglyphis mirabilis:

  • Stem: Short, erect
  • Leaves: Ligulate, obtuse, bilobed apically, arranged in a distichous fashion
  • Inflorescence: Axillary, lateral, paniculate, 1 3/4 inches (4.5 cm) long, bearing several to many flowers
  • Flowers: Small, about 2/5 inches (1 cm) in diameter, white to pale yellow with a purple lip
  • Blooming time: Spring

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg