Bifrenaria aureo-fulva

Bifrenaria aureo-fulva - Flower photo by Richard LindbergBifrenaria aureo-fulva - Flower photo by Richard LindbergBifrenaria aureo-fulva - Plant photo by Richard LindbergThe genus Bifrenaria (Bif) is 30 small epiphytes or often terrestrials from South America. Partial shade and wet humid conditions especially while growing.

Bifrenaria aureo-fulva grows in coastal moutain rain forest from central to southern Brazil. It is warm to hot growing and fragrant, blooming in the summer. It needs a dry winter rest.

This is the lead division. It is in a 3-inch plastic pot in rocks. There are four pseudobulbs.

12/29/2011 - Bloomed, blog entry

01/25/2011 - Divided.

11/30/2010 - Bloomed, blog entry

11/04/2008 - Added to the collection from the raffle table at SFOS.

TRIBE: Maxillarieae     SUBTRIBE: Lycastinae