Epi. stamfordianum is common in in Central America from southern Mexico to Panama. They are also found Colombia and Venezuel
This species usually flowers from the base of the psudobulb in spring and can have a 60cm inflorescence carrying 60 flowers that are fragrant in Spring.
In recent times, this species has been used for breeding to produce bright spotty flowers on a long upright flower spike.
Ideal conditions are
- medium to high light that is filtered,
- warm locations
- in a well drained mix that dries before it is watered again.
They can be grown on a mount.