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Coelogyne corymbosa

This is a discussion on Coelogyne corymbosa within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; One of my favs, a cool growing species from Nepal, Bhutan, NE India, and China. ...

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    Default Coelogyne corymbosa

    One of my favs, a cool growing species from Nepal, Bhutan, NE India, and China. I have it growing mounted and a piece in a basket. It has 3 inflorescences in bloom with 5 flowers each that are just under 2". The one in the basket is getting 2 new growthss. A beautiful fragrance as well.


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    Very pretty....thanks for sharing! I hadn't seen that one yet.
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    very crystalline texture!

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    Very pretty. I love the orange and red combo.

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    Love the center! WOW!

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    I guess this one is not often seen in collections being it is a cold to cool grower. Fortunately, I have succeeded with it in an intermediate greenhouse

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    I love it. Not the type I can grow, but I can enjoy your pictures!

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    Beautiful! Just like a little man trying to keep his hat from blowing away!

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    I wonder how that would do in my basement under lights? Temps reach about 75 in the summer, drop to 50 in the winter. Would it like that range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindiras View Post
    I wonder how that would do in my basement under lights? Temps reach about 75 in the summer, drop to 50 in the winter. Would it like that range?
    I bet it would do well in that range. I have it min 60 and high 80, I have a little leaf burn at the tips but it is growing and blooming for me. It is also a compact species, 5" growths that are creeping and close together.

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    I love it. Not the type I can grow, but I can enjoy your pictures!
    Diane, I got this one from a Grower in the San Fran area. If she could grow it I bet you can

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    Judy and what kind of tea do you drink...I'll have some please

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