Home | Garden Plants | Herbs_and_Spices | Medical plants | Aromatic Plants | Tropical Coast Shores | Site Map | Links


Oncidium fasciculatum Bundled Oncidium


Bundled Oncidium , Oncidium fasciculatum


Oncidium fasciculatum Hágsater 1981 SECTION Oblongata Photo by Weyman Bussey

Common Name The Bundled Oncidium

Flower Size 1 1/4" [3 cm]

Found in Mexico and Guatemala as a large sized, cool to cold growing epiphyte in tall tropical evergreen forests at elevations of 1300 to 2800 meters with ellipsoid-ovoid to oblong-ovoid, compressed, sulcate pseudobulbs with several leaf bearing sheaths at the base and carry 2, apical, arching linear-elliptic to linear-lanceolate, subcoriaceous, obtuse, conduplicate below into the base leaves that blooms on a basal, 40 to 52" [100 to 130 cm] long, erect panicle with 3 to 4, spreading, 5 to 10 flowered branches and containing from 60 to 150, showy flowers arising on a mature pseudobulb with papery, triangular, scarious floral bracts that occur in the late spring through fall.