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Orchid Species: Cycnoches warszewiczii

(This name is currently accepted by Kew.)

Cycnoches warszewiczii is an orchid species identified by Rchb.f. in 1852.
Genus
Cycnoches (Cyc.)
Grex
warszewiczii
(name currently accepted by Kew)
Parents
Species
Author
Rchb.f.
Year
1852
ORIGIN: This plant is found in central Costa Rica to Colombia and is an epiphytic, deciduous, medium sized, warm growing orchid found on trees and rotten logs and occasionally as a terrestrial beside rotten logs at elevatiions of 700 to 1000 meters.

DESCRIPTION: This plant is found in central Costa Rica to Colombia and is an epiphytic, deciduous, medium sized, warm growing orchid found on trees and rotten logs and occasionally as a terrestrial beside rotten logs at elevatiions of 700 to 1000 meters. The new lead for the pseudobulb arises in April and quickly grows to a height of 12 with 14 [30 to 40 cm] leaves until it blooms in September-October as or after it drops it's leaves. At this time no water should be given until the new lead appears in April and it is at least 2 tall. Heavy fertilizing should follow the same schedule with a bloom buster applied once or twice in August-September. Heavily scented 4 flowers are arranged in a pendant, racemose, several flowered inflorescence arising from the leaf nodes at the apex of the newest, mature, leafless pseudobulb.

FLOWER SIZE: 5 or less inches [7.5 cm or less] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
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Add+ Cycnoches Cyc tonduzii 1923 Schltr.
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