Schomburgkia sawyeri

Common Name: Sawyer's Schomburgkia

Habitat: Mexico. Schomburgkia sawyeri is found in the Mexican states of Guerrero and Morelos on the Pacific Coast. It has been found growing at 1500 meters in elevation.

Plant Size: Large. The tall pseudobulbs of Schomburgkia sawyeri have one or two leaves.

Flower Size: size

Flower Description: The flowers of Schomburgkia sawyeri are borne on a 5 foot (1.5 m) long erect to arching flower spike. Each growth can produce between 3 and 20 flowers.

Bloom Season: Summer

Growing Temperature: Intermediate to Warm

Additional Information: Grow Schomburgkia sawyeri mounted or in a slatted wood basket. Schomburgkia sawyeri needs bright light to flower well.

Synonyms: Laelia sawyeri


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