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A magnificent species that looks more like a climbing Phaius. A large basket or narrow trough & spaghnam moss is the recommended media (spagh/isolote 50/50 seems to work.) The pseudobulbs can be well apart.
Grows naturally in the tops of a Pandanus tree, so maximum air circulation is required. Eulophiella roempleriana is a Madagascan species and a warm grower, requiring some shade from the heat of the sun to prevent its somewhat fleshy foliage.
Eulophiella roempleriana will produce up to 30 or so fragrant flowers on a spike to 1.5 metres high.