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Orchid Species: Encyclia odoratissima

Kew currently accepted name is Encyclia patens

Encyclia odoratissima is an orchid species identified by (Lindl.) Schltr. in 1914.
Encyclia (E.)
(Lindl.) Schltr.
ORIGIN: Found in Brazil from Rio Grande do Sul to Bahia and Minas Gerais states og Brazil at elevations of 500 to 1200 meters in gallery and rainforests.

DESCRIPTION: Large sized, warm to cool growing, 2 to 3 leafed epiphyte with elongated pseudobulbs and 2 to 3, long, narrow, leathery leaves which flowers in the later fall and early winter in Brazil on a 5 [12.5 cm] long, erect, stiff, loosely or densly few to many [5 to 15] flowered, paniculate inflorescence with very fragrant, long-lived, heavy textured flowers and do best in basket or slab culture.

FLOWER SIZE: 1 to 1 1/2 inches [3.75 cm] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Year Author
Add+ Encyclia E flava 1935 (Lindl.) Porto & Brade
Add+ Encyclia E patens 1830 Hook.
Add+ Encyclia E serroniana 1952 (Barb.Rodr.) Hoehne
Add+ Encyclia E tripartita 1952 (Vell.) Hoehne
Add+ Epidendrum Epi flavum 1841 Lindl.
Add+ Epidendrum Epi odoratissimum 1831 Lindl.
Add+ Epidendrum Epi serronianum 1877 Barb.Rodr.
Add+ Epidendrum Epi tripartitum 1831 Vell.
Add+ Sulpitia Sulpitia odorata 1838 Raf.
Add+ Epidendrum Epi glutinosum 1843 Scheidw.
Most awarded/recent cultivars: E. patens 'Panther Creek' (2 awards in 2013) E. patens 'Benttree' (2019) E. odoratissima 'Panther Creek' (1986)
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