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Family: ORCHIDACEAE 

 Eulophia speciosa
 

It originates from the Cost Province of Kenya.

  
Author:  Harry Bolus 1889
Family:  Orchidaceae
Habitat:  Central and Southern Africa
Soil:  Rich-Sandy
Water:  Maximum
Sun:  Medium-Maximum
Thickness:  3,5 centimetres
Height:  30 (120)centimetres
Flower:  Yellow
Reproduction:  Seeds/Corms/Pseudobulbs
Pop names:   
Synonyms:  Lissochilus speciosus, Robert Brown 1821. Eulophia wakefieldii Summerh. 1939. Eulophia austrooccidentalis, A. Sölch 1956. Eulophia leucantha (Kraenzl.) A. Sölch  1956. (Some list up to 30 synonyms of this widespread species).(IPNI: Robert Allen Rolfe 1897)
Got it from:  Bielefeld, Germany.
Year:  2006

The bulbs will form under ground, but can be raised.

   This member of the Orchidaceae family was given this name by HArry Bolus in 1889. It is found in central and southern Africa (South Africa, Namibia, Zaire, Mozambique, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Angola), growing in grass and woodlands' rich soil, clay or sandy soil with lots of water and some to lots of sun. The plant can grow to 30 centimetres with a flower stalk that can reach 120 centimetres, full of yellow flowers. The bulbs can grow to 3,5 centimetres in diameter.

The inflorescent is 1-1½ meter high.