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Coelogyne spec.

This is a discussion on Coelogyne spec. within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hello ! One of my other favorite genus are Coelogyne. They are easily to cultur ...

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    Default Coelogyne spec.

    Hello !

    One of my other favorite genus are Coelogyne. They are easily to cultur and they are wunderfull


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    Wow! I have never seen that species before. A long spike of flowers? How big are the flowers and how long is the spike. Is it a cool growing plant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane
    I have never seen that species before.
    I also never have see this species bevore i can buy it.

    How big are the flowers and how long is the spike.
    The flowers are just about 0,6 inch. The spike is growing in many years and so it change into. In this moment the oldest Spike is just about 1,5 feet. The spike must be one year old, before the first bloom is coming and then he grow in the next year once again bevor the next blooms coming.

    Is it a cool growing plant?
    No, it is temper to grow.

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    Stranger-
    I see we have another photography genus amongst our members!!! Great photos, and another beautiful plant that I'm new too. Keep 'em coming!!

    Thanks for joining and sharing.

    Matt

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