Stanhopea gibbosa is a species of Stanhopea found in Central America
Plants are found on tree trunks and branches in wet cloud forest in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama at elevations of 800 to 1500 meters.
Plant blooms in summer with up to three fragrant flowers per inflorescence. Flowers are vanilla scented and 9 to 10 cm wide.
Plant should be grown in shade. Keep in warm temperatures and water regularly. Pot in medium fir bark or sphagnum moss. Keep humidity high. Plants are usually grown in baskets.
|Stanhopea gibbosa variety||Sepals and lip are yellow with small spots|
Common Name: The Humped Stanhopea
- Stanhopea carchiensis Dodson 1998