Huntleya burtii also known as the Cat-face Orchid is a species of orchid that occurs in Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Costa Rica. It has beautiful fan-shaped growth and bears single, large, glossy flowers on 6" spikes. The long-lived, fragrant blooms may reach 5" across and are red-brown with yellow spotting toward the top, fading to white spotting toward the bottom. These plants usually grow at elevations of 900–3,600 feet and prefer warm, moderately bright environments.
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