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Coelogyne lawrenceana is a species from Asia. In the wild this species grows as an epiphyte in montane forest. Inflorescences bear successively opening flowers that each measure 10 cm across. Plants can be in flower for a long time and usually over the cooler months. Flowers are nicely scented.


Grow Coelogyne lawrenceana in a pot with fine bark mixed with moss or on a mount. Grow plants in moderate light, and never in direct or bright sunlight. Plants do not like to dry out and need excellent quality water all year. Plants grow well in an intermediate greenhouse and appreciate night-time temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees and daytime temperatures of 26 to 30 degrees. Plants grow well indoors and will flower if given a difference between day and night temperature and sufficient light.




Plant size - Flowering size (4-6 adult pseudobulbs)

Provenance -Aquired freom a well known British collection during 2023 

Family Orchidaceae

Plant Passport - A Coelogyne lawrenceana B 140084 c 8630 d GB

Coelogyne lawrenceana

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