Common Name: Single-Flowered Barkeria
Habitat: Mexico. Barkeria uniflora is found growing on trees near dry creek beds in the Mexican states of Guerrero, Mexico, Michocan, and Oaxaca.
Plant Description: The small plants of Barkeria uniflora have small, cylindrical pseudobulbs with a few fleshy, deciduous leaves.
Flower Size: 2 3/4 inches (5.5 cm)
Flower Description: The flowers of Barkeria uniflora are white or lilac. The lip has a darker blotch toward the tip with markings on the lighter portions. The inflorescence produces one to a few flowers.
Bloom Season: Fall or winter in cultivation. June in the wild.
Temperature: Warm to Cool.
Additional Information: Barkeria uniflora is closely related to Barkeria barkeriola.
Synonyms: Barkeria elegans, Epidendrum elegans, Pachyphyllum uniflorum