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mid-sized plant characterized by an extremely long spike (up to 15 ') which can behave much like a vine, up to 30 flowers appear on branches in the upper third of the "vine", 3" undulated blooms are dark brown with yellow petals. (Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant)
golden yellow flowers, long rhizome
3/4 inch yellow and brown flower.
Bare root cuttings 2 to 3 bulbs; Long rhizome between growths. Needs very bright light and also very wet and cooler grower; best on large slabs or tree fern poles. Plants get big. Great outdoors in coastal California. Spikes are vine-like.
|Indigenous to:||Costa Rica|
a very compact member of this genus, 3" flattened bulbs topped with a pair of 6"-8" fairly broad light green leaves, short spikes up to 8" produce several 2" very attractive blooms, the shiny waxy spreading sepals and petals are whitish green boldly blotched a rich chestnut brown, wide white lip with a large central purple blotch.
|Species:||chrysomorphum (sml.dense yellow)|
a compact midsized Oncidium with a densely flowered infloresence, 3" semi-flattened bulbs with 10" leaves, each new growth produces 2 - 4 spikes up to 16" that are multi-branched and covered in simultaneously opening 1/2" relatively flat golden yellow blooms with an elongated bilobed lip and a reddish column. (Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant)