Cycnoches egertonianum is a species of Cycnoches found in South America.
Plant blooms in the fall to winter with several 6.75 cm wide flowers.
Plant is found growing on tree trunks in the wet forest from Mexico and Guatemala to Colombia, Peru and Brazil at elevations of 600 to 1800 meters.
Grow in warm conditions with partially bright light. Water regularly during growing season and when plants drop leaves during dormancy reduce watering. During dormancy only water about twice a month to keep pseudobulbs from shriveling. Resume watering normally when new growths occur in spring. Plants can die easily from over watering. Plants are usually grown in bark with perlite, cork, full sphagnum moss, and tree fern. Female flowers will often be produced when high light and low moisture is present. While male flowers are produced in shadier situation of higher moisture.
Common name: Egerton's Cycnoches
- Cycnoches amparoanum Schlechter 1923
- Cycnoches densiflorum Rolfe 1909
- Cycnoches egertonianum Bateman var viride Lindley 1846
- Cycnoches glandiferum A. Rich & Gal. 1879
- Cycnoches guttalatum Schlechter 1922
- Cycnoches pachydactylon Schlechhter 1922
- Cycnoches pauciflorum Schlecter 1923
- Cycnoches rossianum Rolfe 1891
- Cycnoches stelliferum Lodd. 1844
- Cycnoches stenodactylon Schlechter 1922
- Cycnoches ventricosum Bateman var egertonianum Hkr. 1844