Phalaenopsis maculata is an species in the genus Phalaenopsis.
Plant blooms from early winter to spring with several 3 cm flowers.
Phalaenopsis maculata was first flowered in 1881 in the Veitch establishment, from the collection by Curtis.
Plants are found growing on limestone hills and mossy trees in Borneo and Sulawesi at elevations of 0 to 1000 meters
Grow in intermeidiate to warm temperatures. Pot in medium fir bark and keep in partial shade. Water about once a week. Keep plant fairly moist but not wet.
|Phalaenopsis maculata variant||Sepals and petals are white with brown patches. Lip is red.|
|Phalaenopsis maculata variant||Sepals and petals are white with yellow patches. Lip is yellow.|
Common Names: The Spotted Phalaenopsis
- Phalaenopsis cruciata Schltr. 1910
- Phalaenopsis maculata f. flava Christenson 2001
- Phalaenopsis muscicola Ridl. 1893
- Polychilos maculata (Rchb. f.) Shim 1982
- Sweet, Herman R.. The Genus Phalaenopsis. The Orchid Digest, 1980.