Product information "Dracula ripleyana"
|Name:||Dracula ripleyana, Luer 1979|
ripleyana = in honor of Harold R. Ripley of San Francisco, California, in whose orchid collection this species was discovered.
The plant was found in culture at Harold Ripley's orchid collection in San Franciscio, California, U.S.A., the exact origin is unknown.
The flowers of Dracula ripleyana are about 5 x 15cm, the inflorescences arise erect or horizontal, rarely pendulous. The inflorescence stems grow up to 20cm long, and bear a single terminal flower.