Habitat: Costa Rica south to Panama. Epidendrum allochronum grows on trees in moist mountainous forests from 1100 to 2100 meters in elevation.
Plant Size: Medium.
Flower Size: Small.
Flower Description: The flowers of Epidendrum allochronum are produced at the end of the cane and produce a few purple flowers.
Bloom Season: Late Winter to Early Spring.
Growing Temperature: Warm to Cool
Additional Information: Grow Epidendrum allochronum mounted on cork bark or tree fern plaques and provide moisture throughout the year. This species tolerates a wide variety of temperatures and can be reliably grown under Cattleya orchid growing conditions. Provide humidity and air circulation for happy plants.
Synonyms: Epidendrum coriifolium var. purpurascens