Acineta superba is a species from the genus Acineta.
Plants are found growing in the canopy of the montane forest of Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru at elevations of 800 to 1950 meters
Plants bloom from late wither to spring with several 8 cm wide fragrant flowers.
Plants are usually grown in wooden baskets in partial shade. Use a well drain potting media such as medium fir bark with perlite, tree fern fibers, or sphagnum moss. Keep area humid and grow in cool to warm temperatures. Keep mix moist. Plant requires a short dry rest in the winter.
|Acineta superba 'Eva'||Sepals are white and petals are white with few spots, lip is yellow|
|Acineta superba variant||Sepals are white and petals are white with many red spots, lip is yellow|
Common Name:The Superb Acineta
- Acineta collosa Sander 1898
- Acineta colmani R.H. Torr. 1904
- Acineta fulva Kl. 1852
- Acineta humboldtii [Lindl.] Lindley 1843
- Acineta humboldtii var. schilleriana Rchb.f. 1855
- Acineta schilleriana (Rchb.f.) Rchb.f. 1863
- *Anguloa superba Kunth 1815
- Peristeria humboldtii Lindl. 1843
- Peristeria humboldtii Lindl. var fulva Hook. 1845