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This Coel keep on blooming and coming...
White oak is selling a plant by this name, and I can't find any information on what this is. It looks pretty nice and I think I might...
Found in Southeast Asia.
This plant is in a pot with charcoal and coconut husk, in my farm 300 masl.
Photographed at Ecuagenera's main (cooler-growing) nursery in Gualaceo, Ecuador (near Cuenca).
What an amazing lip!
Endemic to the Philippines.
My flickr site: http://www.flickr.com/photos/likas_halamanan/?saved=1
Coelogyne stricta (D. Don) Schltr. 1919
I don't know if it is normal for it but spike was developing for half a year!...
Hello and happy holidays to all, could one of the great brain trusts on this forum help me with an ID, this was wild collected some time ago by...
Among Philippine coelogynes, this is quite unique.
See more in my flickr site: http://www.flickr.com/photos/likas_halamanan/
I just post other plant which was not assamica after all, but this plant now supposed to be rather fuscescens and it occurs to be assamica - lucky...
It looks it may be intermediate form between Coel. brunnea and Coel. fuscescens, or their natural cross.
IW grower. Didn't notice 'til this morning that the flowers are scented of chocolate.
Little guy that blooms for me consistently unlike some other coelogyne species. I think it's really cute
IW grower. One of my favorite coelogyne species. Flowers are 3" tall and un-scented.
Flower around 5 cm diameter when flat, smells as human sperm, very intense in sunny part of the day. Plant already up to 65cm....
I just received my first Coelogyne Cristata but think it is not in good shape. Its bulbs are rimpled and it is growing half outside the...
It is beautiful cross between speciosa and usitana, here plant from Germany more bright lip compare to nearly brown/black from those origin from...
I've been growing this for about 5 years. Last year I hung this up so it got more light and I am rather amazed at how much better it has done. The...