Phaius pulchellus is a species in the genus Phaius.
Plant blooms in the winter with several 6.25 cm wide flowers.
Plant are found growing in the evergreen forest of Madagascar and Reunion Island at elevations of 700 to 1500 meters
Plants require shade and cool to warm temperatures. Plants should be potted in a mix that retain some moisture such as 40% fir bark, 30% sphagnum moss, and 30% soil. Medium should be kept moist during growing season. When growth matures with hold watering for 3 to 4 weeks. Repotting should be done after flowering. . New plants can be obtained from the old spikes by laying the spike out in sand and half covering it.
|Phaius pulchellus variety||Sepals and petals are pink, Lip is magenta|
Common Names: The Charming Phaius