Epidendrum lowilliamsii García-Cru 1992 Photos by © Julio Valdez Partida Another Flower Photo courtesy of Jorge Melendez.


Common Name L. O. Williams' Epidendrum [American Botanist in Central America]

Flower Size

A miniature to small sized(8-35 cm), cold growing epiphytic, cespitose herb with slender stems carrying 4 to 8 linear, acute and mucronate, distichous leaves are distributed on the apex. Inflorescence racemose terminal with 3-5 yellowish and membranous flowers. Flowering October to December. Distribution: Endemic to Mexico in Michoacan and Mexico states at elevations of 20 to 2200 meters. I grow with success this plant cold, in bright light, with a dry season (December to March) Text by Jorge Melendez