The Flower of the Holy Spirit

The flower of the Holy Spirit is the Panama´s national flower. It is a rare orchid as you can see…
The Day of Pentecost marked a turning point in the early Christian church. Pentecost, a Jewish feast, was celebrated 50 days after Passover, and pilgrims had come to Jerusalem from all over the world to celebrate the event.
The 12 apostles were gathered together in a house when a terrific wind came from heaven and filled the place. They saw tongues that looked like…
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GETTING READY TO FLY!The flower of the Holy Spirit is the Panama´s national flower. It is a rare orchid as you can see. Original of the Central America and Colombia Ecosystem, grows in warm climates and there are few species. Its scientific name is Peristeria Elata.

The plant is a terrestrial, with long pleated leaves that grow from the top of large, round pseudobulbs. The flower spikes are about 3 feet in height and can have up to 2 dozen flowers.It blooms between July and October. it is not easy to cultivate.

The flower is beautiful, white, very thick, waxy like in appearance. Inside of the white cup, is a perfect shaped dove, hence the name “Flor del Espiruto Santo”. The wings of the dove have reddish-purple spots on its surface. The flowers are very fragrant and long lasting, especially, since the flowers don’t all open at the same time, but continue…

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