Sobralia Powellii (Fragrant Species From Ecuador)

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This is a large to giant sized, warm to cool growing terrestrial on steep embankments or rarely an epiphyte low on trees in pastures at elevations of 500 to 1500 meters with erect, cane-like, strigose stems carrying variable, papery, plicate, basally clasping, ovate-lanceolate, acuminate leaves that blooms on a sessile, terminal, cone-like, successively single flowered inflorescence with imbricate, dark-scabridous floral bracts and carrying very large, fragrant, short-lived flowers occuring in the spring and summer.
Description
This is a large to giant sized, warm to cool growing terrestrial on steep embankments or rarely an epiphyte low on trees in pastures at elevations of 500 to 1500 meters with erect, cane-like, strigose stems carrying variable, papery, plicate, basally clasping, ovate-lanceolate, acuminate leaves that blooms on a sessile, terminal, cone-like, successively single flowered inflorescence with imbricate, dark-scabridous floral bracts and carrying very large, fragrant, short-lived flowers occuring in the spring and summer.