Commonly known as the "Dancing Lady Orchid," is a popular and distinctive orchid species. Native to Central and South America, it is widely cultivated for its showy and vibrant flowers. The name "Dancing Lady" refers to the appearance of the orchid's flower, which is thought to resemble a dancing lady with a frilly skirt.
Key characteristics of Oncidium kramerianum include pseudobulbs that produce long, arching sprays of small flowers. The flowers often have a yellow or golden color with contrasting brown or red markings. This orchid is favored by both beginners and experienced orchid enthusiasts for its striking appearance and relatively easy care.