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I have read several members posts about using coir for Coelogyne. I have never tried this, but wondered about the specifics. Can you tell me...
This sp is very close related to Coel. fimbriata
My plant of Coe. mayeriana was stingy with it flowers compared with my Coe. pandurata. I wondered if this was because it needed more sun. So I...
I have posted this species before, but this may be a different clone. I've been meaning to photograph it for quite a while, but it always seems...
One of the nicest fragrance in Coelogyne, and sweet nectar too - tried already ;-)
First bloom for this plant. First Coelogyne for me.
And the lip removed to pollinate:
Has any one done this...
seen during my trip to Sabah last month
crazy bloomer , inflorescence more than 1 meter but no fragrance
This is great plant from section tomentosae, some parts of leaves and spike is covered with tiny hairs, and flowers are nicely orange and with...
lovely flower scent a bit pungent
first time bloomer
This species can grow to a large size with 6" pseudobulbs and an unruly and rangy growth pattern that can send growths in all directions. I have...
The long internodes of this species make it a challenge to grow as it readily escapes from pots and outgrows fern posts. It is often confused...
A species that, if it finds your growing conditions to its liking, will grow into a specimen plant in a few years. The lips of the green flowered...
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From 6 spikes manage to flower 4 well at the moment 3 already open. Huge and nice fragrant flowers[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]
I didn't take a whole plant shot on this one. The flowers are about 2.5" wide and I usually get 3 flowers per spike.
This is a well known alba clone of Coel. cristata. I've grown it poorly for quite a few years but it is doing better. It gave 2 nice spikes this...
Intermediate grower. Flowers are 3 7/8" across and scented of coconut. Big plant; 4" pseudobulbs and 20" leaves.
So, once you have gotten over the shock of my posting a non-angraecoid, what do you think of this beauty? :)
Have several Coel. species and crosses, including massangeana, ovalis, Bufordense,cristata. All bloom well and easily except lawrenceanum. When it...