Loddigesii, which was introduced to Europe a few years earlier, passed under the name of epidendrum.
To handle a consignment of epidendrum bicornutum demands some nerve.
From the ever-green forests of Papantla and Nautla comes the epidendrum vanilla, whose odoriferous fruit is used as a perfume.
The same observer has put on record instances of a similar kind in epidendrum Stamfordianum.
Cruger's case here referred to is doubtless the cleistogamic fertilisation of epidendrum, etc.
epidendrum bicornutum, on the other hand, is very well known and deeply admired, when seen; but this is an event too rare.