The Encyclopedia of House Plants

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Degarmoara

Family: Orchidaceae.

Degarmoara Flying High "Stars & Bars"
Degarmoara Degarmoara is a cross between Brassia, Miltonia and Odontoglossum. Degarmoaras have the long and elegant petal shape of Brassia and the colorful bars and splotches of Miltonia and Odontoglossum orchid parents. Their flowers can last from one to two months. Flowers are large, about 4in (10cm). Easy to grow orchid. Degarmoara
Growing conditions Watering and misting Propagation
Intermediate-growing orchid. Grow in pots of epiphytic orchid potting mix. Avoid direct sun except for very early or late in the day. Day Temperature 70° - 80° F, Night Temperature 60° F. During the growing season, mist daily and water freely. Reduce watering in winter. Divide when the plants overflow their containers, or remove backbulbs.

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