Schomburgkia weberbaueriana

Common Name: Weberbauer's Schomburgkia

Habitat: Schomburgkia weberbaueriana is native to wet mountainous in Peru where it is found growing around 1300 meters in elevation on trees and rocks.

Plant Size: Large. Schomburgkia weberbaueriana has large, tall pseudobulbs with a few long leaves. The plants can form large colonies with time.

Flower Size: 1 inch (2.5 cm)

Flower Description: The flowers of Schomburgkia weberbaueriana are produced on a tall flower spike. Few to several flowers bloom near the tip. The petals and sepals are narrow and twisted.

Bloom Season: Late Spring

Growing Temperature: Intermediate, Warm

Additional Information: Schomburgkia weberbaueriana is another large plant with a tall inflorescence. The flowers are intersting and large plants become impressive specimens. The species was named for a German botanist who was active in the early twentieth century.

Synonyms: Laelia weberbaueriana


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