Epidendrum annabellae

Common Name: Annabelle's Epidendrum

Habitat: Hispanola. Epidendrum annabellae is native to the island of Hispanola and grows in cool pine forests between 2200 and 2300 meters in elevation.

Plant Size: Small. The plants have branched stems that have few leaves.

Flower Size: 1.25 inches (3 cm)

Flower Description: Flowers are produced on terminal gracefully arching inflorescence and bear between three and five flowers.

Bloom Season: Spring to Summer

Growing Temperature: Cool

Additional Information: Grow Epidendrum annabellae mounted on cork or tree fern plaques and provide even moisture year-round. Cool, humid conditions with healthy air circulation is necessary for optimal growth. This species was named after Dr. Donald Dod's wife.

Synonyms: None.



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