Cartland Carterland, also known as Cattleya hybrida, is known for its large flowers, beautiful colors, and rich beauty. It has many varieties and some species also have aromatic odors. It was one of the earliest cultivated orchids of humans. According to relevant records, the stems of this plant were used by the British as tying materials in 1818 and brought from Brazil to the United Kingdom. British horticulturist William Cattley cultivated these branches and flowered in 1824. At this time, botanist Dr. Lindley saw Cartland's beautiful flowers as a new species of orchids, and named Caterina's Cattleya with Catrie.

There are more than 60 species of the Cartland. After nearly 200 years of cultivation and breeding, there are many varieties of horticulture nowadays and it has become an important type of ornamental plant. Cartheria is a perennial herb belonging to the epiphytic blue, the annual evergreen. The plants have 1-3 thick, leathery leaves, which are tissues that store water and nutrients. Flowers single or several, born on top of pseudobulb. Calyx is similar to petals, with a 3-lobed lip and a base surrounded by stamens. The middle lobes extend and become prominent.

Propagation methods are often used in ramets, tissue culture or aseptic seeding. Sex is like warm, moist and plenty of light. Because of its epiphytic blue, roots need to maintain good ventilation, usually with fern roots, moss, bark and other potted plants. Growing periods require higher air humidity, proper fertilization and ventilation. The temperature during the night in winter should be maintained at about 15°C-18°C and higher during the day. Flowering 1-2 times a year, flowering period is generally 3-4 weeks.

Common varieties are: Caterpillar, Caterpillar, Orange Carterland, Catalan, etc. and a large number of hybrid varieties.

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