Encyclia cordigera - fragrant
Orchid Encyclia cordigera is a native species of Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Costa Rica, Panama.
Named after Hooker (Sir William Jackson Hooker (6 July 1785 – 12 August 1865), illustrator, systematist and botanical taxonomist from the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Regius Professor - by royal decree - in Botany at the University of Glasgow and Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens from Kew) in 1828, the genus Encyclia belongs to the tribe Epidendreae, Subtribe Laeliinae, and includes epiphytic orchid species segregated from the genus Epidendrum, also described by Hooker, in 1828. The holotype (the type species after which the genus was described) is Encyclia viridiflora.
See the Encyclia care guide on the Blog.
Height with pots included approx. 30 cm
The decorative bowl is not included in the price.