Botanical name: Coelogyne punctulata Family: Orchidaceae (Orchid family)
Spotted Coelogyne is found From Nepal to China and Burma, as well as Manipur. It is a cool to hot growing epiphyte with clustered, 4-7 cm long, ovoid-conical, lightly sulcate pseudobulb that carries 2 apical, oblong, acute, shining, fleshy leaves. It blooms in summer on a terminal, erect 15 cm long inflorescence that carries up to 10 fragrant flowers arising out of a mature psuedobulb growth. Flowers are white, in erect or drooping clusters. Sepals are 4 cm long, oblong-lancelike. Petals are blunt. Lip with rounded side-lobes marked with yellow and brown; mid-lobe white, unmarked. It is found at altitudes of 900-2100 m. Flowers in May.
The flower labeled Spotted Coelogyne is ...