|Name:||Lycaste powellii, Schltr. 1922|
powellii = Charles Wesley Powell (5 May 1854 - 18 August 1927) was an American amateur gardener who specialised in the study of orchids.
epiphytic in warm and humid mountain forests, at altitudes up to 800m. Lycaste powellii is said to have been found very frequently around the Panama Canal.
Lycaste powellii bears numerous, short (up to 15cm) inflorescence stems per pseudobulb, which bear single, terminal, fragrant flowers. The flowers are also long-lasting for the genus Lycaste.
- Rest: severe
- Fragrance: yes
- Location: Windowsill/Winter garden
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