Botanical name: Coelogyne breviscapa Family: Orchidaceae (Orchid family)
Synonyms: Pleione breviscapa, Coelogyne angustifolia
Short-Stem Coelogyne is a small tree-dwelling or rock-dwelling miniature to small sized orchid with narrowly ovoid, reddish brown pseudobulbs carrying 1 to 2, plicate, narrowly lanceshaped, pointed leaves. Leaves have one prominent dorsal vein. The plant blooms in the fall on a slender, arching, 4 inches long, loosely 4-8 flowered inflroescence with simultaneously opening flowers and has persistent floral bracts. Flowers are white with yellow markings inside. Short-Stem Coelogyne is found in the forests of S. India and Sri Lanka, on tree branches and on rocks in grasslands at elevations of 1800-2000 m. Flowering: March-April.
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