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Grown in cool orchidarium. Missed to take a photo of the face-on view. The plant is approximately 12" tall.
This Epidendrum is endemic to Puerto Rico. Its from the Epidendrum difforme group.
Its named after the word Boricua (Indigenous name of The...
An intermediate to cool growing epiphyte from Costa Rica and Panama, where it grows in cloud forests at 1200 to 2400 meters. My plant is pretty...
The most recent bud demonstrated that this species is also sometimes cleistogamous - very anticlimactic.
Very green ;-)
Another mini, this one is a strange plant, usually (but not always) deciduous, and somewhat slow-growing. But this year, several new leads and a...
I really like this species. Blooms multiple times per year and great evening fragrance.
Got this as "epi volutum". It ain't. Anyone recognize it?
Intermediate grower. Flowers are 5 3/4" tall. No scent that I could detect this morning, but in the past flowers have been wonderfully fragrant....
Hm not exactly same looking plant what Marni's, but Eric H. did write my is congestoides. Maybe it has few variations....
E.porpax = synonym.
Habitat Mexico to South and tropical America.
Grows best mounted(I use mangrove roots).
Intermediate to warm t°,flowers...
Buyer's remorse with this impulse buy. I don't like it. Free to anyone who wants it if you pay shipping.
From a flask from Meyers Conservatory that I got in 2006.
v. roseum 'Dagoden' X 'Halcyon'
Primary hybrid of Epidendrum ilense x Epidendrum stamfordianum, registered in 1992. Flower size is a little over two inches across, and fragrant,...
Looks unsurprisingly similar to stamfordianum. The best epi's & encyclias are so dominant, they really aren't worth much for breeding. This...
I/W grower. On cork mount.
The genus name has changed few times and I don't care what it is called now.
Intermediate grower. Flowers are 5/8" across and oddly scented; swamp and citrus flower is the best I could come up with. It's been suggested to...
Photographed at Ecuagenera's main (cooler-growing) nursery in Gualaceo, Ecuador (near Cuenca).
I've had this about 8 years from northern Peru. I was given the name E. garayi, but that doesn't seem to be right. The flowers are about 1" to...