Encyclia leucantha

Common Name: White-flowered Encyclia

Habitat: Columbia and Venezuela.

Plant Size: Small.

Flower Size: Small.

Flower Description: The flowers of Encyclia leucantha are dull yellow with a white lip that has some veins and markings. The petals and sepals are spoon-shaped and wider at the tip than the base.

Bloom Season: Winter. Encyclia leucantha blooms in January in the wild.

Growing Temperature: Intermediate.

Additional Information: Encyclia leucantha is not a well-known orchid species and is not widely grown. It should thrive under normal Cattleya growing conditions. Grow mounted on cork or in a basket.

Synonyms: Epidendrum leucanthum



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