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 this plant in a pot with a sturdy wire column in the center that I fill with material as the plant climbs the post. It is becoming quite heavy. The lip is the most ornamented and complex of all the Coelogynes I have, it has warts, ridges, spines, wavy margins and various colors. I suspect it offers a voluptuous sensorial feast for some insect in east Asia.