Odontoglossum odoratum


Discribed: J. LIndley, 1846

Origin: Colombia, Venezuela.

Synonyms: Oncidium odoratum

Temperatures: 12°-19°C
Water: Regularly waterings and misting. Requires a moist environment. 
Air humidity: 70-90%
Placement: Full shade position+ good ventilation
Presentation: 2 years to a flowering size plant. Cultivated in a 6 cm pot with fine grain bark.
Morphology: New seedlings from strong growing motherplants with nice shaped flowers. Once blooming size we expect 5 cm large flowers on long hanging inflorescences.
Flowering season: Winter and spring.
Flowering time: 4 to 6 weeks.
Fragrance: Strong sweet scent.