Cymbidium parishii Rchb. f. 1874
Common Name Parish's Cymbidium [English Missionary in Thailand
Found in Myanamar in montane forests at elevations around 1650
meters as a medium to large sized, warm to cool growing epiphyte
with fusiform pseudobulbs enveloped basally by persistent,
distichous leaf bases and carrying 11 to 14, apical, ligulate,
acute, unequally bilobed apically wit a short, mucro in the sinus
leaves that are articulated to the broad sheaf bases that blooms in
the late spring and early summer on an axillary, to 10" [to 25 cm]
long, 2 to 3, flowered inflorescence with several, cymbiform to
cylindrical sheath and triangular floral bracts and carrying smaller
than C eburneum , not opening well, fragrant flowers.
CAUTION I am unsure of this determination. Said to be lost to
cultivation. Does not match Du Puy & Cribbs drawing 2007.
Synonyms Cymbidium eburneum var parishii [Rchb.f] Hookr. f. 1891;
Cyperorchis parishii (Rchb.f.) Schltr.1924