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Coelogyne kinabaluensis

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Chuck-NH, Mar 21, 2020.

  1. Chuck-NH

    Chuck-NH Well-Known Member

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    Another first bloom of a plant that I purchased at the POE in San Francisco (2019). My thought is that this seems to fit the description better than many of the photos on the internet due to the very elongated pseudobulbs.

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    DarleneJay Well-Known Member

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    Interesting flower and growth pattern. I would not think it was a Coelogyne without the flowers. Really cool!
     
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    wpinnix William Pinnix

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    Oh cool! I just got one of those this last POE. I'm looking forward to blooms next year.
     
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    Chuck-NH Well-Known Member

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    Great...maybe we can trade pollen in the future!
     
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    VERY cool growth habit!...nice flowers too - how tall is this plant? Looks like a bit of a rambler... (nice growing...)
     
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    Sorry, I forgot to measure today...will try and remember tomorrow, it is fairly tall and could become a rambler I suppose, but at least the pseudobulbs seem fairly close together .
     
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    The tallest pseudobulb was 6 inches with total height of 10 inches. Not sure if that is a typical mature height though.
     
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