(Epidendrum cordigera (Epi. cordigera)) × Epidendrum paniculatum (syn. Epidendrum floribundum)
|LIGHT||to Partial to full direct sun|
|TEMPERATURE|| to warm to intermediate
|HUMIDTY||Relative humidity of 50 percent or higher|
|WATER||Keep moist during growing season, allow for a winter rest|
|BLOOM|| to Fragrant (sweet), blooms from spring into summer and mature plants a second bloom in fall
Small to medium sized tightly clumping plants that flower in the fall and spring on newly matured growths. The flowers are 1.5 inches across and occur on branching upright inflorescences that may hold 40+ flowers once mature. Large plants flower 2 times a year and rapidly form large specimens once provided with the proper care and plentiful fertilizer.
Congratulations Miki I. for earning honorable mention with her specimen at the October 2015 NVOS meeting.
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