Cymbidium erythrostylum Rolfe

Cymbidium erythrostylum Rolfe, Gard. Chron. ser. 3, 38: 427 (1905).

Cymbidium erythrostylum

Cymbidium erythrostylum Rolfe; Photo Vu Dinh An

Vietnamese name: Kiếm bạch hồng

Common Name: The Red Column Cymbidium

Latin Name: Cymbidium erythrostylum Rolfe

Family: Orchidaceae

Synonym Name: Cyperorchis erythrostyla (Rolfe) Schltr.      

Description: Epiphyte, narrow narrow leaf, 20-60cm long, 1-2cm wide, with stump on base. Inflorescences long, with 2-3 large flowers, white, pink axis. The lips have 3 lobes of nearly equal size, 3 large waves, ivory white or light yellow with red spots..

Flowering: Flowers blooms in late Summer and Fall.

Distribution: Endemic species of Vietnam, found in Quảng Nam - Đà Nẵng, Nha Trang, Lâm Đồng (Langbiang, Bi Đúp).

Ecological: at elevations around 1500 meters, where it can be encountered on trees, in the ground or on rocks, and is a very forgiving plant that can be grown many ways.






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