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The Acinetias tend to be cooler growers from the cloud forests of Central America.
Acinetia chrysantha comes from Costa Rica and grows best in a small basket much the same as Stanhopeas. The media should be rich, well drained but retaining enough moisture so that the roots do not dry out.
Flowers are born on a long pendulous spike, each flower up to 5cm in diameter, yellow with fine red spots and red spotting on the labellum. A shady well ventilated spot is needed to protect the soft foliage.