Sigmatostalix graminea


Described: (Pope. & Ende.) Reichenbach f., 1852
Origin: Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru.
Synonym: Oncidium gramineum
Temperature: 12°-25°C
Water: Once a week water. Mist regularly especially in summer when temperatures are high.
Humidity: 70-90%
Placement: Full shade position + good ventilation.
Presentation: Flowering size plant. Mounted on a slab of cork.
Morphology: A small epiphyte with grass shaped leaves and short inflorescences. Produces many little flowers in bright yellow colors.
Flowering season: Spring, Summer or Autumn.
Flowering time: Between 2 and 3 weeks.
Fragrance: No scent.