Neomoorea wallisii is a species of genus Neomoorea
Plants bloom from fall to winter with ten to twenty 6.5 cm wide flowers. Flowers are fragrant.
Plants are found in the cloud forests of Colombia and Panama at an elevations of 50 to 100 meters
Plants are grown in medium light with cool to warm temperatures. Use a mix of 75% fine fir bark with 25% perlite or use tree fern fibers and sphagnum moss. Water regularly during growing period. Watering should be done when potting mix just begins to dry. Plants prefer high humidity. They need a two to three week dry rest in the late winter. Resume water and fertilizer when new growth and the new inflorescence.
Common Names: Wallis' Neomoorea
- Lueddemannia wallisii Rchb.f 1877
- *Moorea irrorata Rolfe 1890